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【CGTN】 China’s economic opening-up

Monday,May 21, 2018

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Ban Ki-moon, the newly elected chairman of the Boao Forum for Asia. Xi spoke of the importance of maintaining the global multilateral system. Could China lead by example and encourage others to join the Belt and Road Initiative and avert  protectionism?

【Video Watching】

World Insight Studio had invited Wang Huiyao, the President of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) , David Dollar,  senior fellow of Brooking Institution, Adam Posan, President of Peterson Institute, and Xiao Gang, professor of University of Hong Kong,  to make their comments on China’s economic opening-up policy and its role in global multilateral system.

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VU8KAfMrxAc&feature=youtu.be&t=7m36s

 

From CGTN, 2018-5-17

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    Last week’s speech by President Xi Jinping, as head of the Central Cyberspace Affairs Commission, provides a clear blueprint to China’s cyberspace leadership.

  • 【Global Times】Island aid not ‘briefcase diplomacy’: expert

    China should further boost assistance and exchanges with these countries, help develop tourism-related infrastructure to not only meet the Chinese people’s international travel needs but also more importantly, to substantially benefit the locals, Wang Huiyao, founder and president of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), told the Global Times on Tuesday.

  • US exit from Paris pact can help energy shift

    US President Donald Trump withdrew his country from the 2015 Paris climate change agreement on June 1, raising concerns across the globe. But his decision was not unexpected, because the Republican Party was opposed to the Paris climate pact from the beginning, and during his presidential campaign Trump had criticized the global agreement.

  • Bigger migration role awaits nation

    Membership by China in the International Organization for Migration will not only bring considerable changes to Beijing’s migration management and services, but also will help the country to participate in global governance, experts said.

  • 【China Daily】China fourth-largest source country of migrants

    A recent report shows China has become the fourth-largest source country of migrants, with nearly 10 million Chinese migrants living outside of China.