Hello and welcome to the 34th issue of Beijing Review.
Cover design by Wang Yajuan
This week's edition is devoted to expert analysis of the potential outcomes of next month's G20 Hangzhou Summit, focusing on topics ranging from China's pivotal role in the global economy to how China can help establish a more secure world order, shape global economic governance, and ensure genuinely inclusive economic growth and development in order to address worldwide inequality and discontent.
After Mitsubishi Materials Corporation recently became the first Japanese company to apologise officially to Chinese victims of forced labour during WWII, an article entitled Better Late Than Never looks at the long struggle of the victims to obtain such acknowledgement as well as compensation.
'Flying Boat' Takes Off is about the world's largest amphibious aircraft—China's AG600—which is set to enhance the nation's ability to conduct marine search and rescue operations.
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