On Sept. 22, RDCY attended two conferences hosted by the United Nations Development Programme（UNDP) and EU Mission in China/ Alumni of Bocconi University in Italy respectively, discussing the topics on "how will China and G20 Countries participate in the 2016 Sustainable Development Goals" and “the 21st century infrastructure investment：the potential burden or cornerstone for future development”. Hu Yuwei, research fellow of RDCY delivered a speech on the conference hosted by EU Mission in China
From Sept.14th to 16th, Zhang Yanling, the Senior Fellow of RDCY, and Wang Wen, the Executive Dean of RDCY were invited to attend the non-official exchanges and dialogues with American think tanks in Washington D.C. before President Xi Jinping’ s upcoming visit to the United States. Zheng Bingwen, director of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS), Wang Rongjun, Assistant Director of CASS, and Yuan Dong, Vice President of Bank of China’s American branch , were included in this delegation.
The 4th Meeting of China-Africa Think Tanks Forum was held in Tshwane,South Africa from Sep. 9th -11th. Up to 100 government officials and researchers from Africa and China gathered here to discuss issues that were closely related to both China, Africa, and the world. Wang Wen, the executive dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China, was invited to make a keynote speech on the forum.
On Sept. 3-4, 2015, RDCY was invited to attend the sixth Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan in Kabul, Afghanistan, sponsored by the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
On Sep 1st, the 14th Wenjin Round Table Conference was held at RDCY. Experts on economics gathered together here to discuss about RMB`s rate regime. They pointed out that improving Quotation mechanism of RMB exchange rate accommodates the international financial markets’ trends.
On August 25, 2015, Alexey Gruzdev, Russian Commercial Representative in China, led a delegation to visit the RDCY, and had a friendly and frank discussion on the issues about Sino-Russia relationship, Belt and Road Initiative and the internationalization of RMB.
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.