"The emerging economies will continue to provide two-thirds of global growth despite less dynamic performance in a more demanding financial context," says Magarinos, the honorary global chairman of the Global Alliance of Small and Medium Enterprises, based in Shanghai, as well as senior fellow at Chongyan Institute for Financial Studies of Renmin University.
China acts more efficiently in African development than western countries, said Dr. Patrick Mendis, a distinguished senior fellow and affiliate professor at George Mason University`s School of Public Policy, on Sept. 17 in Beijing.
Many people, including some Chinese scholars, have been pessimistic about China`s future since the global financial crisis broke out in 2008. In my view, many predictions about the Chinese economy over the past 20 years have been wrong, especially those theories forecasting the collapse of China.
As the G20 Summit is gradually losing its charm for most developed countries, China is expected to shoulder accountability by hosting a 2016 summit to revive its influence, said Pang Zhongying, professor of International Politics at the International Relations School of Renmin University in Beijing.
China`s think tanks, which have received little exposure in the past, have recently enjoyed significant attention from the media and policy makers, although they still have a way to go before they become influential on the global stage. At the end of June, the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University held a think tank forum themed "The Silk Road Economic Belt Construction and Future" in Beijing.
Iran is embracing Chinese President Xi Jinping’s proposal to revive the old land Silk Road, which used to connect ancient civilizations like China and Iran, Dr. Ali Akbar Velayati, president of the Center for Strategic Research in Iran, said on Friday during a tour to Beijing.Velayati, also the former Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, made his remark in a forum on "Economic Cooperation between China and Iran and the Future Prospects" held by the Chongyang Institute for Financial