China’s support gives a boost to globalization

BEIJING: What direction will globalization take in 2023? The international community is in urgent need of an answer as the reconstruction of the world order accelerates amid the pandemic and the Ukraine crisis. According to a report released on January 8 by the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), a Beijing-based non-governmental think tank, the nature of globalization is undergoing in-depth re-adjustment.
CCG delegations visited the U.S., Germany, Singapore and other nations in June and November 2022, sitting down with leaders and experts from local think tanks, academia and business circles at a time when people-to-people and cultural exchanges between China and the rest of the world had been stagnant. It also hosted hundreds of virtual and face-to-face talks with its overseas counterparts in 2022. Based on these first-hand sources, the CCG compiled and released the 2023 China and Globalization Report, summarizing and forecasting the trends and prospects of the China-U.S. relationship, China’s integration into the world economy, cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative and other issues in the coming year.
–The Daily Mail-Beijing review news exchange item