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Global Value Chain Development Report 2017 Launch Event

Monday,Jan 08, 2018

On 8th January afternoon, CCG is scheduled to launch the Global Value Chain Development Report 2017co-hosting with Research Institute for Global Value Chains in the University of International Business and Economics, Social Sciences Academic Press. From global views, the report analyzes the influence of trade and technology advance to economic growth, income, employment.

Many experts will come to the conference, including former Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming, the first Ambassador of China to WTO Sun Zhenyu etc.

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CCG director Wang Huiyao took part in Global Value Chain Development Report 2017 Launch Event in 10th July 2017.

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