Suzhou Silk Road Forum 2020 The 14th Five-Year Plan and High-Quality Development of Belt and Road December 10, 2020 Suzhou, China
【No10】“Dual Circulation” and Adjustment of China's Growth Model 【Time】Nov 20 20:00 (Beijing time, UTC+8)
Biden Wins the 2020 US Election under the Pandemic: the New Trend of Sino-US Relations during the "14th Five-Year Plan" Period and Its Economic Impact and Response.
US elections 2020 could produce clear results or, as also seems likely, an uncertain outcome. Either way, they will mark another, possibly momentous, milestone in the downward trajectory of the country’s political and geopolitical economy of recent decades. Developments in the US will reverberate around the world, affecting political trends within countries and the shape of the world order. They are certainly set to further accelerate China’s rising prominence in it. Panellists with expertise on different regions and themes will dwell on the significance of the outcome.
Thoughts on the Global Financial Turbulence and Future Changes in 2020 When: 20:00, Nov.6(Beijing time,UTC+8)
Zhang YanLing is former vice President of the Bank of China, a senior fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China and director of academic Committee of Global Governance Research Center at Renmin University of China. She has rich experience in trade finance theory and international settlement. Chaired and participated in the formulation of many international practices.
The COVID-19 epidemic has had a negative impact on global economic development in 2020, and the recovering Chinese economy has also been affected by the uncertain global economic and trade situation. How should China respond to these challenges? And what are the expectations of China's economic development in the second half of 2020? In the psot-epidemic era, what new changes will occur in the world economy? John Ross, senior fellow of RDCY, was interviewed by CCTV and shared his opinions on China's economy.