2004:China: Towards a Balanced Development

“China Development Forum 2004” was successfully held at Beijing on March 21-22. The theme was “China: toward a balanced development”, which received widely well-thought-of by domestic and foreign delegates. During the forum, delegates carried out in-depth discussions and research upon five issues: Changing Sources of Economic Growth in China, Promoting Seamless Development of External and Domestic Markets, Rational Utilization of Resources, Construction and Improvement of the Public Health System, Construction of the Banking System and Risk Transfer. Most of them reckoned that, China has always remained clearly aware of what challenges she is facing currently, and is endeavoring to adopt scientific and rational development strategies; and further expressed they believe that the Chinese government is able to solve all those problems in the future. [Detail>>]




China: Towards a Balanced Development

March 20 ( Saturday)

Press Conference


Analysis of China’s Economic Situation

Topic: China’s Economy in 2004: Inflation or Stability?

Topic: US Imbalances and Global Rebalancing: Implications for the Chinese Economy

Topic: China’s Economy and the World Economy

Topic: The Value of Chinese Enterprises in Macro-economic Environment

FDI in China

Topic: Horizon’s Research Report on the Integration of FDI in China

Topic: Research Report on China’s Investment Environment

Globalization and Corporate Citizenship

March 21 (Sunday)

Session I Opening Ceremony

Chair: Sun Xiaoyu, Vice President, DRC of the State Council

Welcome Address: Zeng Peiyan, Vice Premier, the State Council, PRC

Guest Address: Maurice Greenberg, Chairman, American International Group, Inc.

Donald J. Johnston, Secretary-General, Organization for Economic

Co-operation and Development

Shengman Zhang, Managing Director, the World Bank

Keynote Speaker: Wang Mengkui, President, DRC of the State Council

Session II Changing Sources of Economic Growth in China

Session III Promoting Seamless Development of External and Domestic Mark

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