Liu ZhiqinFormer Chief Representative of the Beijing Branch of Zürcher Kantonal Bank.
Expertise : Macro-economy; Financial Reform
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Mr. Liu Zhiqin, graduated from Beijing University of Languages and Cultures, major in English. Afterwards, he worked in the militaries of railways, defense tech and international trade. He was awarded with government-supplied scholarship, studied at Economic Institute of Frankfurt University as scholar from 1982 – 1984, in subject of International Trade/Finance Management as postgraduate. From the late 1970’s, he began visiting and investigating on the trade of African, the Middle East, as well as Boeing Company in the USA and Airbus Company in Germany. After 1988, he worked in banks of Germany, Switzerland and Austria, in charge of Chinese business. After that, he worked as Chief Representative of (Swiss) Zuercher Kantonal bank until 2012. From 2013, he joined Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China as Senior Fellow. His publications like Duo Zui Ji and Cha Zui Ji, has collected hundreds of articles published in various medias, focusing on domestic and overseas issues, such as economy, finance, and global governance. He is the first expert who suggested USA to conduct necessary “reform and open-up policies”, the paper was published in <Global times>. At the same year, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed the same suggestion when he met American officers. This idea broke hot discussions in international media. He received the interviews frequently from CCTV, Shenzhen TV, Macau Asia Satellite Television, and Russian media, as well as Beijing TV, people.com.cn, huanqiu.com, and etc, refers to the issues of G20, BRICS, Belt and Road, Green growth, Global governance and so on.
China and U.S., both play a different kind of 'football'
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China embraces 'Globalization 4.0' at Davos
From January 22 to 25, the Alpine town of Davos in Switzerland has attracted a wide range of global business leaders and politicians for its annual World Economic Forum (WEF), with the theme of “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”....2019-02-15
American government: 'Shutdown' vs 'shut up'
The partial federal government shutdown has broken a world record by lasting for over 35 days. This is unique in world history and will be remembered for years to come. Of course, it will not be a glorious story but a shame for the U.S. government and its so-called democratic system....2019-02-14
The US-China tug-of-war will keep going, but it still has to be a friendly game
Relations between China and the US have experienced bad times and good times over the several decades. The two countries, overall, have been living in peace with each other with only occasional small spats. The stable development of US-China relations has been the main reason that world economy is gaining momentum. Without it, there would be no stable globalization nor the last 40 years of prosperity for the world. ...2019-01-24
Changing consumption patterns: Chinese Millennials react to Alipay annual account statement
The statement is a digital bill summing up the user's spending and consuming habits on living necessities, transportation, entertainment, food and other occasions in 2018....2019-01-21
The secrets lie in AIIB's success
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a multilateral development bank proposed by China and jointly established by 57 countries on December 25, 2015. It began operations on January 16, 2016, and it has now grown to 93 approved members worldwide....2019-01-17
Is Uncle Sam going to be the catalyst to another multifaceted global crisis?
It was 10 years ago when the US triggered the world financial crisis, which is still affecting the global economy. So, the question now is, will the US usher in another hazardous and dreaded political crisis?...2019-01-14
China adjusts its fiscal policies to seek new drive for economic growth
In the context of worldwide economic uncertainty, the Chinese economy is confronted with new downward pressure. But with a series of fiscal policies coming out after the annual Central Economic Work Conference held this past December, China is seeking to accelerate a shift in its economic model to new drivers of growth....2019-01-09
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,