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Professor of Our School Participated "Future China Global Forum" in Singapore and delivered a speech

Published: 2017-07-19

 
 
         July 13-14, 2017 "Future China Global Forum" (Future China Global Forum) held in Singapore. Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Deputy Prime Minister Zhang Zhixian attended the forum and delivered speeches at the forum "Prime Minister Dialogue" and "Opening Ceremony" respectively to express their views on "Belt and Road Initiative" and cooperation between China and Singapore. Prof. Hu Biliang, Dean of the Institute of Emerging Markets, was invited to attend the forum and delivered a speech at the "Opening Theme Seminar" on "China's Economy in the Background of Global Development".
 
        Hu Dingliang made a basic judgment by analyzing the changes in the contribution of labor and capital factors in China's economic growth, overcapacity and deepening the reform and a new round of open potential, etc. In the next 3-5 years, China's economy will remain Steady growth trend.
 
        During the forum, Hu Biliang accepted a number of media interviews. In an interview with Channel NewsAsia, he made his own comments on the development of the industry, such as the industry development and cooperation along the way of "Belt and Road Initiative" countries in the field. In an interview with “The Era of Smatfortune” magazine, he discussed with reporters about the main problems of China's economy, the development of real estate, and the volatility of financial markets.
 
        "Future China Global Forum" is an annual forum founded by “Business China” under the consensus reached by the prime ministers of China and Singapore to discuss major issues such as China's economic development and Sino-Singapore cooperation. The theme of the Forum in 2017 was "Deepening Cooperation: Towards the Future Economy and Building Together". It attracted more than 400 delegates from governments, academic institutions, financial institutions and international organizations from around the world.
 
(Emerging Markets Research Institute)


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