The 2nd Global Investment Conference was held at the Beijing Convention Center on November 25 2017. The Chairman of the China-U.S. Chamber of Commerce Zhiwen Wang attended the conference and delivered an important speech. Shi Yong, Director of the Center for Virtual Economy and Data Science Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Special Economic Analyst of Xinhua News Agency, Founder and Executive Chairman of the National Real Estate Entrepreneurs and Managers Association Leyu Yang, and several other business leaders attended the event.
Currently, China’s economic development has ushered in a new historical opportunity. Under the new economic state, the government successively introduced new policies such as “innovation drive”, “property protection”, “Made in China 2025”, “Supply-Side Structural Reform” and “One Belt and One Road” to implement the Chinese corporate brand strategy.
Based on these new policies, the second Global Investment Conference is based on the new state of China’s economy. It aims at inheriting the value investment concept represented by Mr. Buffett, focusing on the exchanges and discussions between the world’s science and technology and the Chinese economy, and giving full play to the leadership of the public innovation, to explore the realistic path for Chinese companies to become bigger and stronger. The First Global Investment Conference was successfully held in New York, USA in 2016, which established an exchange platform for global investors and laid the foundation for expanding China-US investment cooperation.
The opening ceremony was held on the morning of November 25th and the conference was help virtually in Omaha, Manhattan, Silicon Valley and Xi’an . In order to promote the exchange and interaction between entrepreneurs and investors, the General Assembly held a special sub-forum on nine topics on the same afternoon. The topics Includs the One Belt One Road, Greater Bay Area, Silk Road, value investment, artificial intelligence, big data, internet, featured towns, technological innovation, transportation, new materials, innovation and entrepreneurship, cross-border e-commerce, Sino-US trade, Science, finance, and health care.