On the morning of April 14th 2021 , Alenka Suhadolnik, Ambassador of Slovenia to China, had a cordial meeting with Prof. Wang Wen, Executive Dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China (RDCY), at the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in China. The two sides had an in-depth discussion on China-Europe relations, people-to-people exchanges and educational cooperation.
US President Joe Biden has invited 40 heads of state to the Leaders Summit on Climate on April 22 and 23. This has heated up the global competition over the low-carbon economy. This new competition could even be called "a new global green and low-carbon economy war."
ISPI, the T20 National Coordinator and Chair, and the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY) are co-promoting the T20 Associated-event “Sustainable Recovery for a Green Future”, in cooperation with CSIS, Ecologic Institute, ERIA, KIEP, OECD and SIIS. This Public Event is preceded by a closed-door Workshop by invitation only (see the programme), intended as an occasion to broaden participation in the Task Force (TF) “Climate Change, Sustainable Energy and Environment”.
Liu Zhiqin was interviewed on Mar 25 by Global Business on CGTN, shared his opinions on IMF on World Economy, giving future framework for regional cooperation, outlook for BRI as governments focus on infrastructure and foreign businesses tapping into China's market.
Can foreigners in China enjoy sufficient financial services? Yiwu, an export-oriented city in East China's Zhejiang Province, has made the country's first move to issue foreign merchant cards that provide foreigners with financial services to facilitate their online shopping, consumption as well as finance and investment needs.
Historically, the relationship between the United Kingdom and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China has been relatively close. But to this day, there are still British politicians who have made wrong statements on the issue of Hong Kong. In response to this behavior, John Ross, former director of Department of Economy and Business Policy in London and senior fellow with the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China, shared his own views.