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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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    Though there is no Chinese national team at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, a great variety of Chinese elements are part of the sporting event, also one of the world’s biggest marketing opportunities.

  • Beijing speeds up high-tech center role

    China is accelerating efforts to make its capital a national high-tech innovation hub, as a leading example of the country’s innovation drive, by achieving breakthroughs in key technologies and easing permanent residence procedures for overseas experts.

  • The long march abroad

    The extraordinary outflow of people from China is one of the most striking trends of recent decades. Since the country started opening up in 1978, around 10m Chinese have moved abroad, according to Wang Huiyao of the Centre for China and Globalisation(CCG), a think-tank in Beijing.

  • Infographics: Travelling abroad gains popularity in China

    Chinese people top the globe in traveling abroad, according to a recently issued report on “Globalization and China’s inbound & outbound tourism” jointly published by the Center for China & Globalization (CCG) and China’s leading travel services provider Ctrip.

  • CGTN-CCG | Inequality — A block on the way of globalization

    Despite a rise in global living standards since the 1960s, not everyone benefits from free trade and globalization, such as in the US, where living standards have been declining for some time.