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  • Bloomberg,

    Jul 22, 2016

    As the world struggles to break out of a prolonged period of sluggish expansion, don’t count on its No. 2 economy to ride to the rescue.

  • Yin Chengde, Research Fellow, China Foundation for International Studies

    Jul 14, 2016

    Hosting the G20 Hangzhou summit will boost China’s reform and will be a new starting point for China’s growth and development. The Hangzhou summit will also set a new vision for the G20 and shape a new pattern for global economic growth, thus benefiting the entire international society.

  • Zhai Kun, Professor, Peking University

    Jun 27, 2016

    Twenty-five years after the Cold War’s ending, China and the US can take the opportunity created by the EAS to reconcile their differences and seek cooperation. They can join ASEAN countries to promote positive interaction among all regional players in a wider range, on a deeper level and in a more sustainable manner to push the Asia-Pacific towards great harmony.

  • He Yafei, Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs

    Jun 23, 2016

    China is eager to keep its economy going strong under “the new normal” to develop an innovative, coordinated, green, open and sharing economy, and Beijing is willing to take the lead in better coordination of macro-economic policies among major economies. The world economy clearly needs structural adjustment, which has to be a collective endeavor for economies both developed and developing, which are intertwined and interdependent in the age of globalization.

  • Zhou Shijian, Senior Fellow, Tsinghua Center for US-China Relations

    Jun 16, 2016

    Printing money and other misguided policies by developed economies in the wake of the 2008 crises were not successful in the long term. China’s policy of supply-side reform is applicable to other countries as well. Different countries may pursue different policies, but the overall theme should be to provide support to innovation, liberalize controls, encourage competition, and expand market access. Adopting this approach at the Hangzhou summit could contribute to rejuvenating the world economy and spur growth.

  • Xu Hongcai, Deputy Director, Economic Policy Commission

    Apr 07, 2016

    Interlocking the G20 and the IMF, better coordinating the five major economies, and reducing dependence on the US dollar are all opportunities for the Hangzhou summit during China’s G20 presidency.

  • Liu Cun, G20 Observer

    Apr 05, 2016

    China will use its presidency to focus on growth and guide international economic cooperation, and promote the new foreign policy concepts Beijing has adopted in recent years such as “win-win cooperation”, “a new model of major-country relationship” and “a global community of shared future” – all aimed at creating a better future for the world.

  • Wu Jianmin, Former President, China Foreign Affairs University

    Mar 23, 2016

    Completing a bilateral investment treaty and ensuring the success of the G20 summit in Hangzhou later this year will prove the superiority of cooperation over friction in relations between the two nations and provide a boost to world peace and development.

  • He Yafei, Former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs

    Dec 17, 2015

    China’s new developmental strategy of “innovative, coordinated, green, open and sharing” economic growth is echoed in the theme for the G20 Hangzhou Summit, demonstrating that a new world economic growth strategy is gradually taking shape. Efforts will be focused on four elements: innovation, improvement upon global governance, promotion of international trade and investment as well as inclusive and concerted development.

  • Dec 01, 2015

    The Group of 20 summit was held in Antalya, Turkey on 15-16 November. Leaders of the member states vowed to strive for a strong and inclusive growth of economy with enhanced investment as the growth engine. They pledged to increase inclusiveness in action so that the growth will benefit everybody.

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