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'Chinese marks' in B20 policy recommendations


09-02-2016 15:30 BJT

Full coverage: G20 Hangzhou Summit

The B20 policy recommendation report will be officially submitted to President Xi Jinping when the B20 meeting begins in Hangzhou. In the report, a number of key policies were initiated by Chinese business leaders. CCTV's Han Peng speaks to this year's B20 Sherpa to learn more about the report.

Q1. This year, we noticed that there are quite a few "Chinese marks", the proposals raised by Chinese enterprises. Is it because China is the host of this year's G20 and B20 meetings, or is it because the Chinese business community is having a much bigger impact on global economy?

Q2. Is this proportion a normal proportion if we compare it with other hosting countries in the past? For example, if a B20 meeting is being held in the United States, will it have a similar proportion?

Q3. Does it mean the nature of B20 meeting is changing slightly, from a mechanism of crisis management to something that is aimed at finding a better way to drive growth?

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