|Rendulić spoke for biggest newspaper group in China|
|Author: Matej Balen|
|18th June 2019|
|BEIJING – Today’s edition of the People’s Daily, the biggest newspaper group in China, published an interview with CSEBA’s President Mario Rendulić.|
Article entitled "We Resolutely Oppose Unilateralism and Trade Protectionism", published on 17 June 2019 by the People’s Daily (in Chinese language), brought opinions from around the world on the topic of “trade war” between China and the United States, and also included an interview on the topic with the President of CSEBA, Mr. Mario Rendulić.
Looking on current negative development of situation between the world’s two biggest economies, and unwillingness of the US Government to proceed with the trade negotiations with China, Rendulić expressed hope that the official discussions will be reinstated, taking into account the responsibility that the two biggest economies have in the economic shaping of the World.
“The United States need to abandon the “Cold War” thinking over the situation, and start to actively look for solutions to current economic and trade problems. Nationalism and unilateral protectionist measures don’t serve good to anyone, including to the side that brings these measures to life. Present development influences not only these two top economies, but also Europe and other parts of the World, both in sense of supply chains and consumer demand.”
This published interview in China’s most influential daily media is another sign of CSEBA’s significance, recognition and appreciation within China’s business and political world. It is a result of continuous work and cooperation with the Chinese Government, government institutions, private enterprises and business chambers like the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC) that supports international business activities between the Silk Road countries.
Established in 1948, the People's Daily (Chinese: Renmin Ribao) is the biggest newspaper group in China, and is in the World’s top 10 by daily readers. Besides in China, it is being distributed to over 100 countries around the World with its editions in Chinese, English, Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Tibetan, Kazakh, Uyghur, Mongolian, and other languages. Supported by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China that also uses it as its official newspaper, the People’s Daily has an extensive network of reporters and journalists that provide original information for hundreds of other newspapers, journals and online media all around China. The English version is widely popular as the China Daily, often cited by foreign media.