The Symposium of China Development Forum in 2019 will be held in Beijing from September 6 to 7 on the theme of "trade, openness and shared prosperity". The meeting was guided by the Development Research Center of the State Council and sponsored by the China Development Research Foundation. Dali Yang, Dean of the Institute of Governance of Shandong University, was invited to attend the forum.
The High-level Forum on China's Development is a large-scale international forum held every March. It has held 20 consecutive sessions since 2000. In order to adapt to the rapidly changing domestic and international situation, since September 2018, the Forum Secretariat has decided to add the autumn Symposium of the China Development High-level Forum to provide a more frequent platform for open and pragmatic dialogue between senior leaders of the Chinese government, global business leaders, international organizations and scholars at home and abroad.
The theme of the 2019 Symposium is "Trade, Openness and Shared Prosperity". This Symposium focuses on current hot issues, and discusses in depth global issues such as Sino-US relations, national security in globalization, cross-border digital trade regulation, and future-oriented intellectual property protection system. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary founding of the people's Republic of China, the seminar will also review and look into the modernization process of new China, and discuss the opening of new initiatives such as the free trade area, Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau, the "one belt and one road".
The Symposium of the 2019 China Development High-Level Forum upholds the purpose of "dialogue with the world and common development", and will discuss with Chinese and foreign business circles, scholars and government officials around Sino-US economic and trade frictions and other major issues, demonstrating China's determination and action to promote a higher level of opening-up, and promoting the realization of common interests of all parties. Enjoy the fruits of economic growth and join hands with all circles in wishing for the Seventieth Anniversary of the founding of New China.