From careful participant to budding partner: China in the Sustainable Development Agenda
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China is an increasingly active player in the Sustainable Development Agenda. It has staked out a national Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) plan that stresses comprehensive development with serious consideration to environmental issues. Internationally, China’s development role is growing, manifested through increasing trade, aid, and investment and a stronger position within many international organizations. China uses SDG-related activities to promote and align its domestic and international development interests.
This brief is part of a larger project on China and the international Sustainable Development Agenda funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Framework Agreement No 14/9422).
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NUPI Policy Brief;2020-2