The continuing decline of direct investment from the US, the world's largest FDI source, against the backdrop of China's sustainable and high-speed FDI growth, has caused speculation over the decline of the US' manufacturing advantages over China.
US lawmakers have called upon both houses of Congress to make an official statement of regret for the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act and related legislation, which banned Chinese immigration and naturalization.
China has been making continuous efforts to defuse the tension over the South China Sea issue, even though some countries have taken unilateral actions to meet their interests.
Inclusive growth, or shared growth, is supposed to allow people to equitably share the benefits of economic development. It is impossible to achieve inclusive growth without promoting financial inclusion.