Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cover of September 2016

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Table of Contents of September 2016

  1. Cover story

G20 Hangzhou Summit

  1. Economy outlook

Taiwan boosting solar power systems

  1. Financial strategy

Financial sector to help lift real economy

  1. Legal spotlight

G20 Leaders’ Communique Hangzhou Summit

  1. Point of interest

An open China: Read Sichuan, Feel the World

  1. Portrait

Morris Chang

  1. Remark from editor

Multilaterals should mean actions more than words

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G20 Hangzhou Summit

On September 4, 2016, the 11th G20 Summit was held at the Hangzhou International Expo Center. Chinese President Xi Jinping chaired the summit and delivered an opening speech. Xi Jinping stressed that faced with current challenges, the G20 must keep up with the changing times, fully honor its commitment, make joint efforts and deliver benefits to all as well as stick together as partners in meeting challenges in order to bring the global economy onto the track of prosperity and stability, and achieve robust, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth. Continue reading

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Taiwan boosting solar power systems

Taiwanese government is pushing to make solar power systems more common in Taiwan, a move that Premier Lin Chuan said will diversify the nation’s energy portfolio, make the island more energy self-sufficient, and stimulate domestic demand and employment. Continue reading

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Financial sector to help lift real economy

Taiwanese Premier Lin Chuan encouraged the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) to continue instituting new reform measures after hearing the commission’s report on the financial sector’s role in lifting the real economy. Continue reading

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G20 Leaders’ Communique Hangzhou Summit

G20 Leaders’ Communique Hangzhou Summit

4-5 September 2016

1. We, the Leaders of the G20, met in Hangzhou, China on 4-5 September 2016.

2. We met at a time when the global economic recovery is progressing, resilience is improved in some economies and new sources for growth are emerging. But growth is still weaker than desirable. Downside risks remain due to potential volatility in the financial markets, fluctuations of commodity prices, sluggish trade and investment, and slow productivity and employment growth in some countries. Challenges originating from geopolitical developments, increased refugee flows as well as terrorism and conflicts also complicate the global economic outlook. Continue reading

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An open China: Read Sichuan, Feel the World

On September 28, 2016, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) held the 4th event presenting Chinese provinces at the Blue Hall of the Ministry with the theme of “An open China: Read Sichuan, Feel the World”. Foreign Minister Wang Yi delivered a speech. Secretary of Sichuan Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China Wang Dongming made remarks and Governor of the People’s Government of Sichuan Province Yin Li gave the presentation. Nearly 600 people including diplomatic envoys and representatives in China from over 140 countries and global organizations, business and industrial representatives, Chinese and foreign experts and scholars, and journalists were present at the event. Continue reading

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