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BRUSSELS Marlon Humphrey Jersey , Aug. 2 (Xinhua) — A majority of Europeans are optimistic about the future of the European Union (EU), according to a survey published on Wednesday.

The latest Standard Eurobarometer survey published by the European Commission showed that 56 percent of Europeans are optimistic about the future of the bloc, an increase of six percent compared to the results of autumn 2016.

The Standard Eurobarometer outlines Europeans’ attitudes towards the EU, as well as citizens’ main concerns and perceptions of the economic situation.

The biggest change in perception was in France where 55 percent of respondents were optimistic about the bloc’s future, representing a 14 percent increase compared to the results in autumn 2016, according to the survey.

This was followed by Denmark and Portugal where respective rises of 13 percent and 10 percent were recorded.

At the same time, the survey showed that 40 percent of European respondents had a positive image of the EU, representing a 5 percent increase since autumn 2016, while 68 percent of respondents felt they were EU citizens, which is the highest level ever shown by this survey.

As for the economy, 46 percent of respondents believed that the current situation of their national economy was good, up five percent since autumn 2016.

Meanwhile, 73 percent respondents support the euro which is the highest score reached since autumn 2004.

When it comes to the top challenges EU is facing, terrorism became the number one concern among Europeans.

A total of 44 percent of respondents said terrorism was their main worry, increasing by 12 percent compared to the results in autumn 2016. This was followed by immigration at 38 percent and the economic situation at 18 percent.

The survey was conducted through face-to-face interviews between May 20 and 30, 2017. A total of 33,180 people were interviewed across EU member states as well as in EU candidate countries, including Turkey, Montenegro, Serbia, Albania.

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RABAT, July 15 (Xinhua) — Forty-five Moroccan athletes will compete in 12 sports at the Rio Olympics, which will be held on August 5-21.

According to the list published Friday by the Moroccan National Olympic Committee, athletics, main supplier of Olympic medals for Moroccan sports, holds the lion’s share with 18 athletes, followed by boxing with 7 boxers.

1,500m runner Abdalaati Iguider, bronze medalist from the London Olympic Games and the 2012 World Indoor Champion, and welterweight boxer Mohammad Rabii, the 2015 world champion and World Series of Boxing’s boxer of the year, are Morocco’s best chances to win medals in the Games.

For the first time in its history, Morocco will take part in show jumping at the Olympics through rider Abdelkebir Ouaddar.

BEIJING, March 14 (Xinhua) — During China’s annual parliamentary and political advisory sessions, discussions are not just confined to domestic issues, but also focus on China’s active involvement in global governance.

Consensus has been reached on China’s growing role in reforming and enriching global governance, responding to the world’s need for mechanism innovation and bringing mutually beneficial results to all participants.

China played a constructive role in international and regional issues last year and contributed to world peace and development, said a government work report submitted to the National People’s Congress (NPC) annual session.

“The country will become more involved in global governance and make economic globalization more inclusive, mutually beneficial and equitable,” it said.


China has been a beneficiary of and contributor to the traditional global governance system, including the U.N. and other international organizations.

“As world dynamics change, global governance structure should change accordingly,” said Chen Fengying, former head of world economics institute under the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations.

Due attention should be given to emerging economies, she said. Current IMF quotas, for instance, fail to reflect economic realities.

Although the quota reform effective from early 2016 saw growing shares of emerging markets, they are still under represented. China, the second largest economy, is now ranked third on the quota chart, trailing the United States and Japan.

China has on several occasions urged the IMF to review the distribution of quotas and votes to ensure a fairer representation of emerging and developing economies.

“The world is in dire need of new global governance frameworks, and China should not stand by with folded arms as it has the ability to contribute,” Chen said.

China in recent years has proposed to set up several new frameworks, including the Belt and Road Initiative and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, attracting not only developing countries, but also developed economies.


“Over the past four decades, China has grown from an outsider and learner to an insider and contributor of global governance as its overall strength has risen,” said Wang Wen, executive dean of the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at the Renmin University of China.

Koh Chin Yee, CEO of Singapore-based think tank Longus Research Institute, said that China’s international influence has expanded with its rising economic strength.<p. Cheap Czech Republic Jerseys   Cheap USA Jerseys   Cheap Team Canada Jerseys   Cheap Team Russia Jerseys   Wholesale Rangers Jerseys   Wholesale Penguins Jerseys   Wholesale Lightning Jerseys   Wholesale New York Islanders Jerseys   Wholesale Vegas Golden Knights Jerseys   Wholesale Philadelphia Flyers Jerseys  

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