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CGTN-CCG | Inequality — A block on the way of globalization

Tuesday,Apr 03, 2018

Despite a rise in global living standards since the 1960s, not everyone benefits from free trade and globalization, such as in the US, where living standards have been declining for some time. And losers from the rapid growth of free trade have begun to associate the striking inequality with free trade and globalization. What challenges will growing global inequality bring to China and the whole world? And have the governments done enough to tackle the problem?

Cui Hongjian, Non-resident of CCG

David Dollar, Senior Fellow in John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings Institution

Teng Jianqun, Non-resident Senior Fellow of CCG

Su Hao, Academic Advisor of CCG

Sun Yongfu, Non-resident of CCG

On the first CGTN-CCG high-end forum, the Dialogue Studio invited Cui Hongjian, Non-resident of CCG, David Dollar, Senior Fellow in John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings Institution, Teng Jianqun, Non-resident Senior Fellow of CCG, Su Hao, Academic Advisor of CCG, and Sun Yongfu, Non-resident of CCG, to share their opinions about the issues.

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCm_3GeYeOo&feature=youtu.be

 

CGTN:

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