The 4th China Outbound Forum in Sanya

Thursday,Nov 16, 2017



the convention in 2016


The China Outbound Forum is about to kick off in Sanya, South China’s Hainan province for 4 consecutive years. The forum was launched initially by the Center for China and Globalization(CCG), a leading social think tank based in Beijing, partnered with the China International Economic Cooperation Society, Ministry of Commerce, PRC and Sanya Municipal government in 2014 in the context of the rapid growth in the Chinese enterprises “go global” movement. Focused on the patterns, trends, and issues of Chinese firms’ drive to become competitive globally, the forum was designed to be a communication platform for leading practitioners of Chinese outbound direct investment (ODI) at home and abroad, including business elites, corporate executives, program officials,experts and professionals. The Center for China and Globalization (CCG), the most influential independent think tank in China, has successfully taken the lead in organizing annual conference of the forum since 2014. CCG specializes in policy-oriented studies of Chinese companies “going global” and publishes the annual Blue book on Globalization of Chinese Enterprises with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Press. For three consecutive years, the annual conference has been recognized as one of the most popular and influential forums in China.

Each year, the forum drew annual conference of the forum 300 and considerable national media attention, even from top outlets such as the CCTV.





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