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Introduction

Caixin Debate Davos

         As the official media partner of Winter Davos, Caixin Media will host an official session of the forum - “Caixin Debate: China 2020” on January 23, 2013. Each year, Caixin Media organizes 2-4 events on various topics around the world, venues including Washington D.C., St. Petersburg, Davos, Sydney, Hong Kong and other cities. These events have become a platform for in-depth dialogue between domestic and foreign elites.

Reports

Agreements worth 360 billion rubles signed at SPIEF 2012, number of participants exceeds 5,300 people
Agreements worth 360 billion rubles signed at SPIEF 2012, number of participants exceeds 5,300 people 23 June, 2012, Saturday The 2012 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum proved to be more fruitful in terms of agreements and contracts than the previous year’s forum.

A total of 84 agreements were signed as part of SPIEF 2012 with 9 contracts having a combined value of more than 360 billion rubles, including 4 loan agreements for 164.4 billion rubles.

In 2011, 68 agreements were signed for a total of 338 billion rubles, including 17 investment contracts for 283.54 billion rubles.
SPIEF remains one of the most media covered events in Russia’s economic life
The Forum was attended by 1,139 representatives of leading Russian and foreign media outlets from 30 countries, or slightly less than the 1,155 journalists from 30 countries who covered SPIEF last year.

However, the media was represented at the highest level at the Forum. Miguel Forbes, the president of television broadcasting and licensing at Forbes Inc., visited Russia for the first time. Catherine Dourian, the bureau chief for Platts Middle East, attended the Forum for the first time.

Leading global media that deal with economic issues were prominently represented at the Forum. Registered foreign journalists included Caixin Media Company Ltd Chief Editor Hu Shuli, CNN International host John Defterios, Mainichi Shimbun Moscow Bureau Chief Hiroyuki Tanaka, Le Figaro Moscow Bureau Chief Pierre Avril, NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation Moscow Bureau Chief Hideo Amma, Nikkei Inc Moscow Bureau Chief Yohei Ishikawa, The Asahi Shimbun Company Moscow Bureau Chief Hideki Soejima, Economic Information Daily Chief Editor Yuejin Du, The Wall Street Journal Europe Editor-in-Chief Tracy Corrigan, The Washington Post Moscow Bureau Chief Kathleen Lally, Thomson Reuters Bureau Chief for Russia and the CIS Timothy Heritage, and Yomiuri Shimbun Moscow Bureau Chief Kenichi Ogata.
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  • 财新辩论现场

    主持人胡舒立

    波士顿咨询公司(BCG)首席执行官Rich Lesser和哈佛大学公共政策学和经济学教授Kenneth Rogoff(左)

    辩论现场

    议题概要

      “Caixin Debate: China 2020” will focus on the vision and reality of the Chinese economy in 2020, discussing heated topics including: What problems may be encountered during economic development? What will population, environmental and resources issues bring to China? Will China continue to serve as the engine of the world economy?

    Host

    Speakers

    Agenda

    • January 23th
    Time Topic  Speakers
    15:45-16:45 China 2020: Vision Meets Reality Ma Weihua **, President of China Merchants Bank
    Rich Lesser **, Global Chief Executive Officer and President, The Boston Consulting Group, USA
    Li Jingtian **, Senior Vice-President, Central Party School of the Communist Party of China, People's Republic of China
    Kenneth Rogoff **, Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics, Harvard University, USA
    Xu Xiaonian **, Professor of Economics and Finance, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), People's Republic of China

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