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Wang Huiyao: G20 Hangzhou Needs to Strengthen Globalization

Monday,Sep 05, 2016

From: CCTV NEWS

 

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Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG) spoke on Global Business CCTV news program about challenges faced by globalization and his expectations for the upcoming G20 summit in Hangzhou. In response to the recent wave of anti-globalization sentiments, Dr. Wang emphasized that globalization is beneficial for all countries and should be strengthened. China is taking a leading role in advocating globalization and the G20 Hangzhou summit is entrusted with a new mandate of tackling these challenges. With the developing countries well-represented, the summit establishes a platform for meaningful discussion between developed and developing countries and is expected to push through substantial progress in global governance and cooperation.

 

From CCTV NEWS,2016-8-30

 

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