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May 24 2017
Glоbаl Есоnоmiс Gоvеrnаnсе: Nеw Сhаllеngеs аnd Сhinа’s Аррrоасhеs
By Chen Dongxiao,Ye Yu

Global economic governance is the core of global governance network and the main area for China’s participation in global governance at present. Since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008, the world’s economic development has been experiencing a series of new problems and challenges, and global economic governance is facing an unprecedented complex and grim situation. During this period, China’s willingness and ability to participate in global economic governance has been increasing, as well as the expectations of the international community with regard to China’s role. The G20 Summit held in Hangzhou in September 2016 witnessed a new blueprint to lift the world economy out of doldrums and embrace inclusive and sustainable development. The summit also charted a new direction for China to participate in and lead global economic governance. But given the global economy at present and the complex pattern of global economic governance, China can only break through the various constraints and play a more important and constructive part in global economic governance by following the current trends and promoting greater coordination.

Source of documents:China International Studies,No.63, March/April 2017

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