Yang FanxinResearch Fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China.
Expertise : Major Power Relations; Belt and Road; International Trade
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YANG Fanxin is a Research Fellow at RDCY, focuses on the fields of international relations, Belt and Road Initiatives, international trade, and etc. She used to work for the First and Second Annual Conference of Boao Forum for Asia and the 2011 BRICS Summit in Sanya. She organized the events including APEC IEG Public-Private Dialogue 2014, Sino-US Academic Retreat 2015 in Beijing, the First G20 think Tank 2013 in Beijing, “The Silk Road Economic Belt Construction and Future”- 12 Countries Think Tank Forum 2014, “Development and Future of Eco-Finance” 2014 Global Eco-Finance Seminar, China-Iran Think Tank Dialogues, and etc.. She is the author of Belt and Road Series “Policy Coordination: When West Meets Ease”, Co-author of “Research on the Belt and Road International Trade Pivot Cities”, Co-edited the book of “The Euroasian Erea: Blue Book of Silk Road Economic Belt 2014-2015”, and co-writing reports related to the fields of BRI, RMB, international trade, and etc., She holds a Master Degree of Law from China Foreign Affairs University.
Forming a new landscape of open financial markets
On July 2, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang addressed the opening ceremony of the Summer Davos Forum in the city of Dalian, highlighting the importance of seizing opportunities from the new round of industrial revolution, creating new opportunities and calling for efforts to jointly safeguard multilateralism, free trade and an open, inclusive world economic system. By forming a new open financial market, China will gradually scrap foreign ownership caps in the domestic financial industry and internationalization of its capital market....2019-07-10
Chinese white paper exposes flaws in Trump's 'America First' policy
"China's Position on the China-U.S. Economic and Trade Consultations" represents the authentic voice of the Chinese on their concerns over the trade restrictions launched by the United States some 15 months ago....2019-06-10
G7 economies have split views on the BRI
Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) concluded their two-day annual meeting in Dinard, western France, on April 6 with a joint communique acknowledging China's capacity to make important contributions to global public goods. This could be an indicator of the split among G7 powers on views towards the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which some developed countries demonize as a sign of China's economic orbit and as an obstacle to their own alliances. ...2019-04-11
Global BRI cooperation signals the next stage of China's opening up
As part of China's opening up drive in the new era, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has aroused interest around the world and won widespread international participation as a result of its inclusive, win-win nature....2019-03-25
Yang Fanxin: Draft law unveils China's open stance of competitive neutrality
China's new foreign investment law has entered the countdown stage with the beginning of the second session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC). ...2019-03-11
The Belt and Road & Sino-Indian relations
Sino-Indian relationship is often described as one of "the Dragon and the Elephant" by the media. After the "Belt and Road" (B&R) Initiative was proposed, this relationship seems confounded. The rendering by media has resulted in the Indian government`s irresolution to develop relations with China....2017-05-08
"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,