After years of rural vitalization, a national strategy that aims to develop areas in the countryside, China is now planning to cultivate a group of high-level craftsmen in villages who can set up workshops or companies to create more jobs in their hometowns.Business
The newly-issued circular, which designated Fujian Province as a demonstration zone for cross-Strait integrated development, aims to facilitate better connectivity and integration between Fujian and Taiwan.Society
China has, as always, been supporting G77's just positions and legitimate demands, as well as championing an expanding joint commitment to multilateralism, cooperation and development, which pledges to leave no country behind.
During the past decade, the Belt and Road Initiative has helped to improve human rights in countries involved in the initiative by boosting international cooperation, which has led to social and economic development, human rights experts said.
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