On November 22, 2016, top executives of Bloomberg news, including John Fraher, Executive Editor at International Government for Bloomberg News, John Liu, Greater China Managing Editor, Ken Wills, Beijing Bureau Chief, Dan Ten Kate, East Asia government News Team Leader, and Keith Zhai, China Government Reporter at Bloomberg news, visited Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies of Renmin University of China (RDCY), and conducted in depth discussion on Sino-US relations after the US Presidential Election, global development and other topics with Executive Dean of RDCY Wang Wen, senior fellow Liu Zhiqin, Deputy Director of International Studies Chen Xiaochen, and research fellow Chen Chenchen.
John Fraher attends the conference.
Wang Wen introduced RDCY’s mission, vision, development history and recent outcomes to the guests, and shared RDCY’s research results on the G20. He said that Chinese experiences and pattern can help more counties find their way of development. He noted that uncertainties existed after Donald Trump comes to power, but Sino-US cooperation would be closer because two countries had many common interests.
Top executives of Bloomberg news visits RDCY.
Other participants briefed on their study fields and research results respectively. John Fraher expressed his strong interests on the topics of global governance and China’s role that proposed at the G20 Hangzhou Summit. Both sides expected to deepen discussion and cooperation in the future.
Attendees pose for a photo.