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Caixin Summit: [Plenary Session] New Economic Drivers for China
Nov 23, 2021 06:30 PM

Caixin Summit: [Plenary Session] New Economic Drivers for China

The international situation is marked by great changes unseen in a century while China is fostering a new development paradigm with domestic and international circulations reinforcing each other. Against this backdrop, how will China adjust its macroeconomic, fiscal and financial policies? During the 14th Five-Year Plan period, which is a critical phase of China’s transformation in strength and prosperity, how will we balance growth and security concerns in order to resolve risks?What challenges and opportunities will the 2060 carbon neutral target produce for industrial transformation and upgrading? From signing the RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) to applying to join the CPTPP, how can China speed up its market-oriented reforms and further institutional opening-up?

Panelists:

Shang Fulin, Standing Committee Member and Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee, the 13th CPPCC National Committee; Former Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission

Yang Weimin, Standing Committee Member and Vice Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee of the 13th CPPCC National Committee

Wang Yimin, Vice Chairman, China Center for International Economic Exchange; Former Vice President, Development Research Center of the State Council

Chi Fulin, Chairman, China Institute for Reform and Development

Xie Ping, Member, Caixin Media Credibility Committee; Professor, Tsinghua PBCSF

Sheng Songcheng, Adjunct Professor of Economics and Finance, CEIBS; Chairman, China Chief Economist Forum Institute

Wang Xiaolu, Ph.D., Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, National Economic Research Institute

Moderator:

Gao Xiqing, Hongtian Chair Professor, School of Law of the University of International Business and Economics; Former Vice Chairman, President and Chief Investment Officer, China Investment Corporation


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