CCG contributes to the study of global trade and investment through conducting research and convening high level events, aiding Chinese enterprises go global. CCG's global trade and investment research spans Sino-US trade relations, FDI, enterprise globalization and more. CCG has its Belt and Road Institute, and hosts the Annual Forum on the Globalization of Chinese Enterprises that attracts over 500 attendees from around the globe.
At the beginning of May, the Center for China and Globalization expert delegation, whilst in the US conducting “track II diplomacy” activities, visited several think tanks and research institutions to promote greater bilateral understanding.
The Belt and Road Initiative continues to create new opportunities for global multilateral cooperation and world economic development
From having four Silicon Valleys to scoring a world first — a city with a 100 per cent electric bus fleet — China has taken on the US for technological supremacy. Insight looks at how the country did it.
At the G20 Summit in June in Osaka, Japan, leaders moved to start addressing the issue with a major agreement to eliminate pollution by marine plastic litter by 2050. The agreement was a major breakthrough for global cooperation, coming at a time when multilateralism is under threat. Despite deadlock in the reform of global governance and current tensions around trade and technology, it highlights how consensus on green issues can provide a common ground to revive multilateralism.