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BRICS Summit: Stronger Partnership for a Brighter Future

Monday,Sep 04, 2017

From: CGTN

 

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Today, the BRICS Summit began at the International Conference Centre in Xiamen International Conference Center in Xiamen, and Chinese President Xi Jinping, who received the leaders of Brazil, Russia and South Africa ahead of the restricted meeting of the grouping.

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The World Today Studio inviting Charles Tang, President of Brazil-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Dr. Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization(CCG), to sharing their opinions about the relations between BRICS and global economy and the future of  e-commerce and e-payment within BRICS and around the world.

From CNTN, Sep.,  2017

 

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  • Think tank launches books on Chinese firms, migration

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  • Beijing offers residency for skilled tech workers

    Beijing will allow some skilled workers from home and abroad to obtain permanent residence by accumulating points based on skills, employment history and education credentials.

  • China, US think tanks hold seminar on bilateral trade relations | Xinhua

    Analysts from China and the United States participated in a seminar discussing Sino-US relations and bilateral trade in Beijing from Thursday. The two-day seminar, “China-U.S. Future Trade Relations after Mar-a-Lago Summit”, was jointly organized by the Center for China and Globalization(CCG) and American Enterprise Institute (AEI).

  • Wang Huiyao: More should be done to lure tourists

    At present, China has a good “hard environment”, such as high-speed trains, airlines and hotels, so the key is for it to improve its “soft environment”, such as visa policies, services and promotions, to attract more overseas tourists.