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B20 Meeting: Business leaders gather ahead of G20 Summit

Thursday,Sep 08, 2016

From: CCTV NEWS

 

CCG President Dr. Wang Huiyao spoke on CCTV news program on the G20 Summit in Hangzhou and the B20 Summit, a major gathering of business leaders held prior to the G20 Summit. He pointed out the impacts the B20 Summit can make to the G20, especially in the use of e-commerce to promote international trade and global integrity. Dr. Wang also commented on President Xi’s speech at the G20 Summit. He highlighted President Xi’s views on the necessity of implementing a global system in China for green and fair growth, and global partnership among all countries for global governance and trade integrity.

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