CCG continues to conduct two-way research on corporate globalization, the "go global" movement and inwards investment. Our research includes topics including U.S.-China trade, international trade, inbound investment, outbound investment and digital trade in an international context.
CCG is constantly looking for more ways to promote global free trade and has taken the lead in promoting China's participation in the CPTPP and publishing a series of relevant research reports. In addition, CCG's research team compiles and publishes the only Chinese blue book report on the globalization of Chinese enterprises: Chinese Enterprises Globalization, published by China Academy of Social Sciences Press.
CCG has also published a series of books on the globalization of enterprises in both English and Chinese, including Report on Development of Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurs, Rising Tide: 40 Years of Chinese Enterprises Going Global, China Goes Global and The Globalization of Chinese Enterprises. CCG also holds the China Outbound-inbound Forum, the most influential forum in China focusing on the development and globalization of enterprises.
CCG has set up several sub-forums on international issues related to international trade and investment, gathering leaders of multinational enterprises, ambassadors to China, former government officials, heads of international organizations and chambers of commerce, experts from top international think tanks and other influential people from home and abroad. In-depth discussion with renowned scholars has helped to develop the event into a high-end international forum for promoting the globalization of enterprises.
The President of the US-China Business Council: The Impact of Decoupling on US Employment
The transition in trade policy from the Trump era to the Biden era, while maintaining certain themes, will be very different. In terms of employment, the trade war caused job losses and the Phase One agreement and the elimination of tariffs on both sides will lead to job creation.June 15 , 2022
Wang Huiyao: How Biden Could Improve U.S.-China Relations
After four years of erratic “America First” unilateralism under President Donald Trump, President-elect Joe Biden will inherit a slew of foreign-policy challenges. None is more important than stabilizing relations with China. And, while no one should expect a dramatic turnaround, there’s reason to hope the U.S. and China can at least put a floor under their relationship and even start to cooperate again.November 12 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: U.S. and China Should Seek a Truce in Tech Cold War
It would be easy to dismiss the Trump administration’s campaign against Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat as part of an election strategy to attack China from all angles. The moves, however, as well as China’s counter-response, are contributing to a deeper problem at the heart of the global economy — one that can’t be resolved unless the world’s two biggest economies work together.September 02 , 2020
Harvey Dzodin: Trump, Biden and China
By Harvey Dzodin，a senior research fellow at the Center for China and Globalization(CCG).August 17 , 2020
Zamir Ahmed Awan: Unique Chinese economy may recover to pre-virus state
COVID-19 has spread to almost all countries and nations due to its contagious nature, and has adversely impacted the global economy. COVID-19 is a new virus; there is no cure or vaccine that has been developed for the general public.August 13 , 2020