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【CGTN】 Vice Premier Liu He: A New Structural Transformation

Wednesday,Oct 31, 2018

CGTN:

https://news.cgtn.com/event/live_channel/share_p.html?url=https://envod.cgtn.com/cctv-news/201810201930.m3u8&channelId=1&epgId=194623&startTime=1540035000000&endTime=1540036800000&name=Dialogue%20with%20Yang%20Rui

 

On Oct. 19, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu said that the country will strive to maintain steady economic growth and properly ward off financial risks with the macro leverage ratio kept relatively stable.

Does the economy fluctuation matter though? Can we lay the whole blames at President Trump storm? Are we heading for financial crisis? If so, how will government intend to steer the ship out to common water?

 

To discuss the above issues and hopefully more, I enjoyed the studio by Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG),  Andy Mok, Founder and managing director of Red Pagoda Resources, and Jeffrey Towson, Proffesor of Peking University.

 

From CGTN, 2018-10-20

  • CCG invited as founding member of “Think Tank Alliance on US Issues

    On July 14, the Ministry of Finance’s International Economics and Finance Institute hosted a seminar on the impacts and trends of the Sino-US trade war. The event also saw the founding ceremony of the Think Tank Alliance on US Issues, of which CCG is one of the first members.

  • Indo-Pacific? Not from where China is sitting…

    Trump’s Indo-Pacific policy should not be underestimated by China, because India, Japan and Australia are united by being on the wrong side of China’s development strategy for the region, according to Jia Wenshan, an expert on China’s foreign policy at the Beijing-based Center for China and Globalization (CCG).

  • Majority of college students want to start business

    The study on entrepreneurship among Chinese college students was compiled by the Center for China and Globalization, which collected responses from 2,797 students at 100 colleges across the country. According to the survey, 24.56 percent of the respondents showed great enthusiasm for entrepreneurship and 40.58 percent said they were quite interested in going into business. A detailed look into the study showed that engineering students were the most enthusiastic, followed by students of economics, law, art, and medicine.

  • Risks and Countermeasures for Chinese Companies

    China proposed its “One Belt, One Road” initiative in 2013. This ambitious scheme seeks to connect China more closely with Europe, Southeast and Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The project is bound up with the promotion and exercise of China’s “soft power,” aimed at devising Asian solutions for Asian problems.

  • CCG RELEASE

    CCG is known for its expertise and advocacy to strengthen US-China economic relations. Dr. Wang is well respected in the U.S. intellectual community for his scholarship and insights, and his views have been particularly sought after amid the current context of US-China trade frictions.