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CCG “Two Sessions” Salon

Thursday,Mar 08, 2018

During the expected“Two Sessions” period in March,CCG will host “Two Sessions” Salonand will invite some CCG council or academic committee members, who are also CPPCC members to introduce and discuss the proposals of “Two Sessions”, which are related to some research areas like talents, globalization, global trade etc. At the same time many media will also participate.

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CCG held "Two Sessions" salon last year.

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