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InternationalFinanceForum China Report 2018

related ERchina year 42  ERworld year50
IFF Beijing Haidian 100095: is in its 11th year of issuing China Report at srart of a year and hosting annual summit november (Guangzhou 2018) on actions startedup for year (2018) and network lessons/searches for (2019)

Its report was also presented during world bank spring 2018 at brookings 5 sections:
1China's opening up & reform
2Financial Crisis- decade on
3Chinese Financial system reform
4 BeltRoadInitiative (BRI)
5Bay Area Development

 major thought leaders reporting (G due at summit nov, B at Briokings)

1Open-Reformation

Gu Shengzu G, vice chairman IFF
& National Committee CPPCC:
Upgrading Globalization

Zheng Zhijie B

President - China Development Bank:
CDB vital force to China Reform & Dev

Jin Liquin, G, President AIIIB:
Asian Infrastructire Investment Bank-Raising Expectations

2F-crisis+
D Dongsheng,
vice-dean, Intl Studies
Renmin University: A world turned upside down

3F-Reform
Lou Jiwei: Pres. Natl Social Sec Fund, firmer minster of Finance China:
China's macroeconomy in Ne Era of politics & power

Li Dongrong, Pres Natl Internet Finance Assn China:
Fintech in the New Era- sustainable & sound development
4 BRI

Zhou Yanli B 

Vice Chairman -International Finance Forum
New Insurance Industry -protecting BRI interests

5Bay Area Rising  1
Li Renqing, sec-gen
Rural Den Inst Chinese Acadmy odf Socioal Sciences: Green polocies flowering in Gtreater Bay Area

Qiu Yilong, Director Giangzhou Finance Bureau: Guangzhou : a city of commerce for the millennium



more from BRI section of report below

The IFF China Report 2018

Insight and opinion from China’s top leaders, policymakers and financiers

The Belt and Road Initiative

China’s signature Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) now includes 71 countries, with trillions of dollars of investment allocated. Leading Chinese and international policymakers explain how BRI efforts are progressing. This section includes an inaugural survey of central banks in jurisdictions participating in the BRI – with 92% of respondents saying they expect the BRIto increase their GDP in the next five years.
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Upgrading globalisation
Gu Shengzu, vice-chairman of the IFF and vice-chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, believes the Belt and Road Initiative will unlock connectivity and create a new, inclusive and transformational…
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Five risks of the BRI
Han Seung-soo, co-chair of the IFF and former prime minister of the Republic of Korea, frames five of the major risks facing the Belt and Road Initiative, and discusses what should be done to negate them and the potential consequences of failing to do so
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Bringing the benefits of globalisation to life
Marginalised countries and regions will be able to harness the prosperity of global co‑operation by participating in the Belt and Road Initiative, says former prime minister of New Zealand Jenny Shipley


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BRI and the participation of private capital
China is enthusiastically courting the influx of private capital into funding its ambitious Belt and Road Initiative but must offer more incentives, says Guo Feng, chief economist at Heaven‑Sent Capital Management Group
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The BRI – A new model of international co-operation
Globalisation is at a crossroads. He Yafei, former China vice-minister of foreign affairs and former China co-ordinator of the Group of 20, explains that China’s unique approach to global challenges will light the path to a more open, inclusive and…
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Two plans, one vision
The Belt and Road Initiative – along with the trade and investment opportunities that accompany it – heralds the appearance of the renminbi as a player on the world stage, says Song Min, IFF Academic Committee member and dean of the Centre for China…
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The BRI offers global opportunities
Tu Guangshao, vice-chairman and president of the China Investment Corporation, foresees significant mutual opportunities for the Belt and Road Initiative and Zhejiang, an eastern province with a unique outward-looking attitude and a history of vigorous…
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Unlocking BRI success through the legal keyhole
Translating the vision of the Belt and Road Initiative into reality requires recalibration of the international legal system, believes Zhou Hanmin, vice-chairman of the Municipal Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Committee of Shanghai,…

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