As the G20 Summit is gradually losing its charm for most developed countries, China is expected to shoulder accountability by hosting a 2016 summit to revive its influence, said Pang Zhongying, professor of International Politics at the International Relations School of Renmin University in Beijing.
China`s think tanks, which have received little exposure in the past, have recently enjoyed significant attention from the media and policy makers, although they still have a way to go before they become influential on the global stage. At the end of June, the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University held a think tank forum themed "The Silk Road Economic Belt Construction and Future" in Beijing.
Iran is embracing Chinese President Xi Jinping’s proposal to revive the old land Silk Road, which used to connect ancient civilizations like China and Iran, Dr. Ali Akbar Velayati, president of the Center for Strategic Research in Iran, said on Friday during a tour to Beijing.Velayati, also the former Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, made his remark in a forum on "Economic Cooperation between China and Iran and the Future Prospects" held by the Chongyang Institute for Financial
Economic restructuring is never an easy task. The once aggressively expanding economy now needs to experience a gear shift, which will certainly give rise to a cluster of anxieties and concerns, such as criticisms of the problems arising from explosive economic growth in the past, panics concerning the gloomy real estate market and its deceleration, and worries over how to find new growth drivers. At the moment, what China needs most is composure.
The complexity of the local government debt is very similar to Japan`s real estate bubble from 1985 to 1996 and its destiny is closely related to domestic housing and stock markets, said Xin, who is a researcher at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at the university and an editor in chief at the People`s Daily.
China released the first report on international rules and common practice on combating corruption to the country`s corporate sector Tuesday. The report, Go Global: International Business Anti-Corruption Rules Research, is the first to be jointly presented by the Bank of China, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the China Chamber of International Commerce and Renmin University of China.
The sudden outbreak of a new pandemic has dealt a severe blow to China and the world economy. Can the Chinese economy survive COVID-19? Will there be an impact on the global supply chain? John Ross, former director of economic and business policy for the Mayor of London and a senior fellow at the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies under Renmin University of China, shares his views with CGTN.