The Fifth China Outbound Forum will be hosted by CCG in December in Sanya, Hainan.

Saturday,Dec 01, 2018


Co-organized by the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), China Association of International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC) of the Ministry of Commerce and the Sanya government,  the 5th China Outbound Forum is scheduled to be held in Sanya, Hainan, in December, 2018..

In the 4th Forum 2017, the forum had 13 sessions focused on economic globalization and Chinese enterprises globalization. Over 400 people from the business, politics and academic community in China and around the world attended the forum and over 80 guests shared their insights with the audience. The main theme for the forum this year is pushing forward Chinese enterprises globalization and developing a more open economy in China.

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