Caixin will co-host an online forum “China's Opening Up in an Age of Uncertainty” with the Shenzhen Foundation For International Exchange and Corporation (SFIEC). Speakers from China, U.S., Singapore and Europe, will share insights from their careers in academia, government, and the financial industry on how they see China’s next chapter of opening-up in an age of great uncertainties.
- What is the new way out for the Chinese economy? What is the significance of opening up amid rising anti-globalization sentiment?
- What are the challenges China faces in further opening-up, and the corresponding solutions?
- How can China achieve the "dual circulation”?
- What advantages does Shenzhen have in terms of optimizing foreign investment and providing service management?
- What are the new opportunities for foreign investment in the Greater Bay Area and the Demonstration Pilot Zone?
• Kishore Mahbubani, Distinguished Fellow at the Asia Research Institute (ARI), National University of Singapore (NUS); Former Singapore's Permanent Representative to the United Nations
• Tao Yitao, Director of the China Centre of SEZ Research, Shenzhen University; Vice Chairman, Shenzhen Foundation For International Exchange and Corporation (SFIEC)
• Jeffrey Schott, Senior Fellow, International Trade Policy and Economic Sanctions, the Peterson Institute for International Economics
• Alicia García-Herrero, Chief Economist for Asia-Pacific, Natixis; Senior Research Fellow, Bruegel; Adjunct Professor, HKUST Business School