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.
Join U.S., Chinese and other experts opposing a New Cold War who will analyze the consequences of the outcome of the U.S. presidential election. Register for this international panel here.
At the end of October 2020, China's 14th Five-Year Plan was formally formulated and adopted. This is the first Five-Year Plan for China to step into socialist modernization, which will play an important role in guiding China's future development and will also have a significant impact on the world. What is the significance of the 14th Five-Year Plan? How does the world see the next five years? Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY) organizes an international online seminar with the theme of "China and the World in the Next Five Years", inviting dignitaries and renowned scholars from Asia, Europe, Africa, America to participate in and release relevant research reports, and to share jointly vision and advise on China and the world in the next five years.
“SCO AND EAEU: JOINING EFFORTS TO REALIZE THE ECONOMIC POTENTIAL FOR THE REGIONAL AND GLOBAL ECONOMY”