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Introduction

        2013 Caixin Summit Washington D.C. is jointly held by Caixin Media and Brookings Institution on April 16 in the United States. Brookings is a nonprofit public policy organization based in Washington, DC. It is one of Washington's oldest think tanks which conduct research and education in the social sciences, primarily in economics, metropolitan policy, governance, foreign policy, and global economy and development.

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  • Overview

      As a brand of Caixin, this influential event has been jointly held three times since 2010. The theme of the summit this year is China and the United States: Reforms in Sight. After the NPC and CPPCC in China, what is the trend of the Sino-US bilateral ties? What will be the effect of new policies and what kind of new opportunity and challenge are brought about to Chinese investment in America?

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      Draft Agenda

      • April 16
      Time Session  Panelists
      09:00-10:20 Session I: China's Outbound Investment Zhang Lanlan, Chief Executive Officer, CICC US Securities, Inc
      John Frisbie, President, U.S.-China Business Council
      Arthur Kroeber, Nonresident Senior Fellow, The Brookings Tsinghua Center
      Wang Shuo, Managing Editor, Caixin Media (moderator)
      10:20-10:40 Tea Break
      10:40-12:00 Session II: Reforming China’s Financial System Yukon Huang, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
      Hu Shuli, Editor-in-Chief, Caixin Media
      Douglas J. Elliott, Fellow, Economic Studies, Initiative on Business and Public Policy
      Eswar Prasad, Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development New Century Chair in International Trade and Economics
      Arthur R. Kroeber, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Brookings-Tsinghua Center(moderator)
      12:00-13:30 Luncheon: China and the Global Energy Outlook (invitation only) Zhang Guobao, Vice Minister, National Development and Reform Commission; Former Director, National Energy Administration
      13:30-14:50 Session III: U.S.-China Relations and Shifting Global Energy Supply Cai Charles K. Ebinger, Director, Foreign Policy, Energy Security Initiative Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy
      WANG Jisi, Professor and Dean Peking University School of International Relations
      ZHANG Guobao, Former Director National Energy Administration of the People’s Republic of China
      Jonathan D. Pollack, Director, John L. Thornton China Center Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy(moderator)
      14:50-15:10 Tea Break
      15:10-16:30 Session IV:Challenges to Implementing Reforms CAI Fang Director, Institute of Population and Labor Economics Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
      Kenneth G. Lieberthal, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Global Economy and Development, John L. Thornton China Center
      Feng Wang, Director, Brookings-Tsinghua Center Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Global Economy and Development, John L. Thornton China Center
      ZHOU Tianyong, Professor Central Party School of the CPC
      WANG Shuo, Managing Editor Caixin Media

      Speakers