The Chinese Returned Scholars Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum is held annually by Center for China and Globalization (CCG). It is the most high-level and influential forum about innovation and entrepreneurship of international talents in China. This year CCG will again organize the 14th Chinese Returned Scholars Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum in Beijing.
In the past decade, tens of thousands of overseas returnees have been participated in the grand conference. The collision of ideas, inheritance of good values, innovation and exploration has been characterizing this forum.
As the most popular and influential meeting for elite overseas returnees in China, this forum provides international talents with a high-level platform to exchange ideas and it has become a trend vane for innovation and entrepreneurship in China.
The 2019 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting took stage in Davos between Jan. 22 and 25, focus on Shaping a New Architecture for the Next Wave of Globalization. Among all the global leaders who attended the meeting, Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan delivered a speech on Jan. 23 to review China’s path of development and globalization in the past 70 years, identifying the opportunities and challenges brought by the new technologies.
On January 9, 2019, CCG held a seminar to release a new report, titled "CPTPP, New Opportunities for China in Future Free Trade" at its Beijing headquarters, and to discuss its implication to China and the world.
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