https://america.cgtn.com/2017/.../full-text-of-xi-jinping-keynote-at-the-world-econom...Published January 17, 2017 at 10:24 AM ... is the full text of Chinese President Xi Jinping's keynotespeech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland:.
www.newsweek.com/davos-2017-xi-jinping-economy-globalization-protectionism-do...Jan 18, 2017 - If Xi's opening address to Davos's exclusive club of the economic and political elite is any indication of what is to come in 2017, China could be ...
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/.../chinas-xi-jinping-at-davos-2017-top-quote...Jan 17, 2017 - Top quotes by China President Xi Jinping at Davos 2017. 17 Jan 2017 ... Here are some of the key quotes from the speech. “We should recede from our ...
great brf interview 1 sir danny alexander aiib beijing twitter aiib new - first 13 projects started by may17
kuhn closer to china program 4 jun 2017 great on state owned enterprises lists 1 2 3 (top 12 - 4 banks (bank of china, industrial & commercial, constriction bank, industrial bank) 3 oil 1 railways , state grid, mobile com, saic motor, state construct engineering )
interview (min 30 on) with china investment fund (largest sov wealth fund)
China launches $52.5 billion fund to restructure state enterprises ... 2015 restructure report
BRF Vision and Actions on Jointly Building Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road
Belt and Road Portal
BRF interview with bankers - lao (landlocked railway can open up ecotourism forstry, agriculture, mining) and Mattia Romani Euro Recsontruction Bank (MR green experts with stern) -pan asia railway through laos ;;euro and aiib bank road tajikstan -international import fair beijining 2018; Globalisation 2.0
CDF held march of each year - Published on May 30, 2017 China, though the world's second biggest economy, is still a developing country. This situation will last for a long time and is felt in many ways. We heard from Lu Mai, who connects China and the world through the China Development Forum, while at the same time linking the nation's mainstream groups with the least developed ones through poverty alleviation. China’s State Council issued the National Child Development Plan for Poverty-Stricken Areas. This program emphasizes the importance of education from early childhood to teenage years. Lu Mai, together with his colleagues at China Development Research Foundation, have devoted enormous amounts of energy to building projects for it, from village kindergartens, to free lunch programs at primary schools, and vocational training for teenagers. He briefed us on all these exciting developments.
selection from 2017 forum