For the first half of 2014, Greece will hold the presidency of the European Union.
Vassilios Costis, the ambassador of Greece in China, talked to China Daily in Beijing on the country’s new role in the EU.
At the sideline of the ongoing China-Bulgaria Economy Forum, the visiting Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev accepted an exclusive interview with China Daily.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shaukat Aziz said China's Third Plenary Session will bring new energy to China's economic reform and structural reform should be taken as the key measure.
As Thai people at home and abroad prepared to celebrate the 86th birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Dec 5, clashes between anti-government protesters and Bangkok police diminished.
In July, after news of US spying on Brazilian government agencies, companies and individuals first surfaced, Globo claimed Brazil was the NSA's largest target.
The FTZ, consisting of just 29 sq km, could be the most important economic reform in China since the establishment of the Shenzhen special economic zone in the early 1980s, which paved the way to China becoming the manufacturing workshop of the world.
Thomas Bach, president of International Olympic Committee, said China will have a good chance in the bidding for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in an exclusive interview with China Daily on Tuesday.
The 18th CPC Central Committee, composed of more than 200 senior Party officials, convened its third plenum from November 9 to 12 to discuss major economic and social issues concerning comprehensive reform.
Argentina expects to boost cooperation with China in agriculture and infrastructure sectors to build a closer political and economic partnership, Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman told China Daily during a recent visit to Beijing.
Looking to establish new business ties with China while rejuvenating old, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson is hoping to draw interest from Chinese investors across the sea to the city known as "Hollywood North."
In this edition of Big Talk, Achim Steiner, under-secretary-general of the United Nations (UN), speaks about China's efforts to go green.
It's a case of reading between the lines when Stephen Phillips, Chief Executive of the China-Britain Business Council, explains why the diplomatic difficulties between China and the UK have been noticeably absent from the boardrooms of businesses in both nations.