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CCG’s track II diplomacy — maintain mutual understanding and cooperation

Sunday,May 13, 2018

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On May 6, CCG President Wang Huiyao was invited to the annual conference of the Committee of 100 in California last week, and presented his perception of China's "Belt and Road" Initiative and the current Sino-US relations. As the bilateral relations encounter setback, he urged American Chinese community and the think tanks in both countries to work more closely with each other to maintain mutual understanding and cooperation.

 

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On May 9, CCG President Wang Huiyao was invited as the keynote speaker to a Council on Foreign Relations seminar on the Sino-U.S. trade friction, along with scores of prominent American scholars and business executives, including former senior State Department diplomat and Presidential Envoy to Iraq 2013-2014, and former United States Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce H. Andrews. Dr. Wang provided his analysis about the current situation of the bilateral relations and recommendation on how to further improve the economic and trade cooperation.

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CCG President Dr. Wang Huiyao and Secretary General Dr. Miao Lv, who are traveling in Washington, D.C., held a meeting at The Heritage Foundation headquarters on May 9 with Director of the Center for International Economics Amb. Terry Miller, and Deputy Chief of Staff and Editor of Index of Economic Freedom Anthony Kim, where they had a constructive discussion about the importance of strengthening the Sino-U.S. economic and trade cooperation.

 

 

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