Zhou RongChief Reporter of "Wenhui bao" Tehran Bureau.
Expertise : International Relations; Sino-Iranian Relations; Sino-U.S. Relations
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Chief Correspondent of Wen Wei Po in Teheran, Member of CPC. He received Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and Master’s Degree in Law from Beijing Normal University. He successively served as Chief Correspondent of Guangming Daily in Australia and Pakistan. He was also recognized as ‘Ten Best Correspondent’ in three consecutive years from 2006. He has been instructed by the CPC Politburo and won the First Prize in the General Office of the CPC for the foundation work initiated by China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations.
Zhou Rong : Analysis of Pakistan's preferential policy towards SEZs and export-led industry
Pakistan’s future is and will be dependent on export-led growth.The development of 10 special economic zones (SEZs) is vital to improve the capacity of the Pakistan export. SEZs are open for business people from all countries, as incentives under SEZs are the same for every investor. The investments in various sectors had started pouring in and the pace would pick up in the near future if Pakistani security situation would remain stable. The second phase of CPEC is about industrial and agricultural cooperation, so speed up SEZS is a must....2020-03-16
China-ASEAN trade to burgeon further in 2020
Trade between China and Southeast Asian countries will continue to boom at a faster speed in 2020, thanks to Beijing's push to increase trade volume with those states under the shadow of the China-US trade war and the two regions' high complementarities in trade structures, experts said on Sunday. China and members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will also see closer trade ties under a broader policy push, such as signing of a massive regional trade deal - the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) - the experts noted. ...2020-01-06
Green Corridor to boost agricultural trade with Pakistan
China and Pakistan have agreed to launch a "Green Corridor" system that will fast-track two-way customs clearance exclusively for agricultural products, according to a statement from China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) on Thursday.The Green Corridor is expected to be launched between the Khunjerab pass in China and Sust pass in Pakistan. With the simplified clearance procedures and future improvement of transportation facilities, more agricultural products are expected to be imported from Pakistan, experts said....2019-12-18
China-backed metro project addresses Pakistan's public transportation needs
Chinese expertise on public transportation will help Pakistan to better address its growing demand for public transportation, as the country tested its first-ever mass rapid transit train in Lahore, its economic hub, a Chinese expert said on Wednesday. Pakistan on Tuesday put the Orange Line Metro Train through its first test run after the completion of the physical infrastructure stage of the project. The move is a major step forward under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)....2019-12-16
Chinese market too important for Canadian businesses to ignore
Canada Goose, Hatley, Factors Group - what do those names have in common? They are all Canadian companies that increased investment in China recently. Those companies' moves show a warming-up trend in bilateral economic relations between China and Canada, as Canadian enterprises value business opportunities in the Chinese market and won't stop their investment plans because of external pressure, experts said. ...2019-12-04
Japan unlikely to abandon RCEP
Japan has too much to gain and will not abandon the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) easily, even without the presence of India, despite recent comments by a Japanese official on a possible withdrawal, experts said on Sunday. Japan's State Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry Hideki Makihara was reported by Bloomberg as saying that Japan is not likely to sign the RCEP if India doesn't join. India announced that it was withdrawing from the RCEP in November, saying that it would hurt its vulnerable citizens. ...2019-12-03
BRI evolves into global project, European nations eyeing opportunities
Although it started mostly through cooperation with emerging markets, the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is evolving into what one expert called "a worldwide project," as several European countries including Russia, Italy and France applauded the program....2019-07-11
Security condition improved, but not taking it for granted
On the afternoon of May 11, the Pakistan Military Public Relations Department (ISPR) issued a message that at least three terrorists muscled into the Pearl Continental hotel but was challenged by hotel guards. In the exchange of fire, one security guard was killed....2019-06-05
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