More than 200 million people are at risk of unemployment as human civilization faces a new world war in the form of COVID-19 that can only be stopped by global cooperation, a Chinese expert has told symposium in Abu Dhabi. Dr. Wang Wen, executive dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, and vice president of Silk Road School at Renmin University of China (RUC), said there is a significant risk of conflict because of social breakdown and instability.
The release ceremony of "Discussion on the Path to China's Development: Dialogues between Wu Xiaoqiu and Nine Top International Experts", jointly organized by Economic Press China and the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY), was held successfully online on June 22, 2020.
The Symposium on the BRI Development in the Post-epidemic Era And Bbelt And Road” Encyclopedia Online Book Launch on the June 17, 2020 was hosted by the Secretariat of the Silk Road Think Tank Association(SRTA) and organized by the Chongyang Institute for Financial studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY), China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS), and International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (IDCPC). Nearly 20 politicians, officials and scholars at home and abroad participated in the seminar to exchange their opinions and suggestions on the high-qualified construction of BRI with netizens. The moderator is Wang Wen, the executive dean of RDCY.
The Global Think Tanks Online Forum on International Cooperation to Combat COVID-19, held on Tuesday and Wednesday, issued a joint statement calling for international solidarity to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stronger economic policies and international cooperation will support the world's recovery from the pandemic, and China returning faster to normalcy could be a major stabilizer of the global economy, experts from home and abroad said at a forum on Wednesday.
Participants in an international online forum that brought together global think tanks have called on the international community to strengthen solidarity and cooperation－the most forceful weapon in overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement they released on Wednesday.
China has locked on 11 more neighborhoods in Beijing to contain a new corona-virus outbreak linked to a food market in the capital. Chinese officials say the new cases were found at a second food market where several employees tested positive. It's reported that they are all linked to a market where an outbreak was registered last week. It was shut down on Saturday. Tens of thousands of nearby residents are now being tested. Lengthy queues formed near hospitals on a sports complex in Beijing as part of a mass screening program. The country's seeing a spike in figures after many weeks of reporting small numbers of new cases. It is now registering dozens of new infections for the second day in a row.