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Studio interview: G20 meeting comes to a close


09-05-2016 17:52 BJT

Full coverage: G20 Hangzhou Summit

For more analysis, we are joined in the studio by Liu Youfa, former vice president of China Institute of International Studies, and John Russell, managing director of the North Head.

Q1. The 11th G20 summit is going to close soon, and of course it's the first one to have been held in China. What are your thoughts on how this summit has fared? Any particular achievements that stand out in your mind?

Q2. As we know, two days of meetings won't solve all of the world's problems, but what kind of message is the meeting sending?

Q3. How do you think this summit compares to past summits? How will the 2016 Hangzhou summit be remembered?

Q4. China has hosted other major international events in recent years. What can China gain from hosting and participating in these major events?

Q5. Let's talk about the city of Hangzhou. What kind of a legacy will this summit leave in terms of development, both socially and economically?

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