Source: RDCY Website Published:2020-11-20
On the morning of November 5th, Deputy Head Of Mission at Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in China and his delegation visited Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin university of China (RDCY). They had a deep communication on the top of 14th Five Year Plan, Digital Economy, the Belt and Road Initiative, and knowledge exchanges/collaboration with Dutch think tanks, with Liu Yushu,Director of Macro Research Department, RDCY, Cui Zhenhai, Researcher of RDCY. The meeting was chaired by Yang Qingqing, Assistant Dean of RDCY.
During the meeting, Liu Yushu said that China has now entered the stage of digital development and innovation has become the main driving force for economic and social development. In such a big historical trend, science and technology related to the lifeblood of the national economy. He suggested that strengthen cooperation between China and European countries in the field of digital economy, including anti-money laundering, digital currency, joint research on cross-border investment data and cooperation on financial data space, so as to further promote the breadth and depth of China-EU cooperation.
According to Bas Pulles, the main crisis faced by the future world is climate change and the opportunity is digital. The Netherlands supports the same idea in its national recovery plan to invest more in climate change and digital services. From finance to e-commerce to cross-border investment, countries and regions need to establish international standards on how they use data so that open collaboration can be built on them. In areas related to data security, such as 5G, trust and openness must also be maintained.
Cui Zhenhai believed that green development is an opportunity for the whole world, not only for China, but also for China to explore the international market and realize common development. Under the framework of the Paris Agreement, China and the EU can further deepen cooperation and achieve green and sustainable development. He suggested that China and the Netherlands could strengthen comprehensive cooperation in agriculture and medical care.
Luuk Hoefsloot, First Secretary of the Economic Department of the Dutch Embassy in China, Yi-Han Wen, Policy Officer of the Economic Department, Stijn Wijker, Policy Officer of the Political Department, and Wu Yinxuan, Deputy Project Manager of International Cooperation, RDCY also participated in the meeting.
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