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China, Egypt endorse One Belt Silk Road project

China, Egypt endorse One Belt Silk Road project

Egypt is an important partner in promoting the Belt and Road Initiative, a senior Chinese official said in Cairo.

Zuma, Qatar’s Emir hold talks in Pretoria

Zuma, Qatar’s Emir hold talks in Pretoria

The two countries are pursuing the establishment of a joint SA-Qatar Investment Fund in cooperation with Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund.

South Africa: Despite slipping rand, business mood upbeat

South Africa: Despite slipping rand, business mood upbeat

But to sustain growth, market structure should be reformed; education and training enhanced to competitive levels.

China’s State Council urges focus on job creation

China’s State Council urges focus on job creation

Authorities should focus on the most vulnerable in the jobs market - fresh university graduates, the Council said.

China rail giant acquires train order from India

China rail giant acquires train order from India

69 train coaches will be produced by CRRC Dalian for subway operations in Nagpur, the largest city in central India.

US trade reviews must follow international law: China

US trade reviews must follow international law: China

Earlier this year in Davos, Chinese President Xi Jinping warned other countries against blindly pursuing their national interests.

Ratings downgrade looms after South African cabinet reshuffle

Ratings downgrade looms after South African cabinet reshuffle

The new Finance Minister is 45-year-old Malusi Knowledge Nkanyezi Gigaba, previously Minister of Home Affairs.

South Africa current account deficit narrows to 1.7% of GDP in Q4 2016

South Africa current account deficit narrows to 1.7% of GDP in Q4 2016

A current account deficit implies that the country’s domestic production is unable to keep pace with domestic demand.

OPEC, oil producers could extend cuts for six months

OPEC, oil producers could extend cuts for six months

Oil experts say delays to make such a move, however, will likely bring oil prices further down.

Australia, China to protect globalization

Australia, China to protect globalization

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is on a state visit to the Australian capital Canberra.