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Thursday,Oct 19, 2017

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A fresh Chapter, the 19th National Congressof the Communist Party of China will take place in October, and that would determine who will run the world’s second largest economy for the next 5 years. Now the meeting is attracting extensive attention, as China strives towards being an all-around, moderately prosperous society, while developing a socialist system with Chinese characteristics in this critical period. What sort of leadership change and new policies can be expected during this meeting? What will changes to China’s political agenda affect the rest of the world?

 

The Point today will address the agenda and highlight of the meeting, as well as take a look at the changes that took place in China over the past 5 years in the political field. The studio invited Dr. Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG), Doris Naisbitt, Co-author of Creating a Megatrend, and Laurence Brahm, founding director of Himalayan Concensus Institute, to share their opinions.

 

From CGTN, 2017-10-18

 

  • 【Bloomberg】China, Unsure of How to Handle Trump, Braces for ‘New Cold War’

    In government offices and think tanks, universities and state-run newsrooms, there is an urgent debate underway about what many here see as the hidden motive for Washington’s escalating trade war against President Xi Jinping’s government: A grand strategy, devised and led by Trump, to thwart China’s rise as a global power.

  • China’s Xi Pledges Open Trade Despite Trump Protectionism

    China pledges to boost global trade and cooperation by opening up further and giving greater access to foreign investors, President Xi Jinping said on Saturday.

  • [The Wall Street Journal] A Limit to China’s Economic Rise: Not Enough Babies

    “I think Xi’s views about demography are clear: He considers population more as a resource than a burden,” said Huang Wenzheng, a researcher at the Center for China and Globalization(CCG), a Beijing-based independent think tank, and a co-founder of a hedge-fund firm that invests globally. “But of course he cannot easily abandon the family-planning policy because that would be a sharp turn away from his predecessors’ policies.”

  • New forces transforming future of Chinese economy, says report

    Liang Guoyong, economic affairs officer at the Investment and Enterprise Division of United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and also a guest senior researcher from the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), released a report titled Global Change and Chinese Wisdom: 40th Anniversary of Chinese Reform and Opening-up: Review, Anticipation and Advice at CCG headquarters in Beijing on February 2.

  • US labels China ‘rival power’

    China has urged the US to stop purposely misinterpreting China’s strategic intentions after the US labeled China and Russia “rival powers” that “were aggressively undermining American interests around the globe” in its National Security Strategy (NSS) on Monday.