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2019 33rd: Breaking the Bottleneck of 5G Development - 2019-10-30
[Abstract]The Fifth-generation mobile communications (5G) has become the focus of great powers to enhance their overall national strength and compete for international control. Against the background of the Sino-US trade frictions, the United States maliciously suppressed China’s ZTE, Huawei and other 5G companies, and used the “Five Eyes” intelligence alliance to encircle Chinese enterprises with the intention to seize the commanding heights of 5G development. During its fact-finding trips to Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and other places, the research team of CCIEE found that the development of the 5G industry faces many bottlenecks. Further research is needed to fully understand the development strategy of the United States, the European Union, South Korea, and Japan in the 5G field to ensure that China’s 5G industry maintains its leading advantage.
2019 32nd Issue: US-UK Data Agreement: Strategic Intention, Impact and Policy Recommendation - 2019-10-17
[Abstract]Over recent years, the competition for data resources between countries is increasing, the practices of “long-arm jurisdiction” and “extraterritorial legal effectiveness” has destabilized international rules and systems. Recently, the United States and Britain signed the very first bilateral data exchange and sharing agreement, causing a far-reaching impact on Chinese and global data governance system. China should take strategic measures to strengthen data governance and actively safeguard national data sovereignty.
2019 31st: Companies Move Overseas Due to Sino-US Trade frictions - 2019-10-15
[Abstract]Recently, a research team of CCIEE went to Shenzhen for a fact-finding trip. Generally speaking, Shenzhen’s economy has demonstrated great stability and resilience. In the first half of 2019, Shenzhen’s GDP was 1,213.39 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 7.4%; the value-added of industries above a designated scale was 407.51 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 7.4%; investment in fixed assets was 299.29 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 17.6%; total retail sales of consumer goods were 307.69 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 7.7%; total import and export was 1,337.23 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 0.9%, of which export was 757.15 billion yuan, an increase of 5.1% and import was 5800.8 Billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 7.8%; local general public budget revenue was 213.22 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 6.6%. On the whole, the impact of Sino-US trade frictions on Shenzhen has been reduced and the growth rate of GDP remains to be the first in the province this year. However, some influential enterprises in Shenzhen are not so optimistic about their growth, and SMEs have difficulty in production and operation. Due to the Sino-US trade frictions, some enterprises in Shenzhen have fled overseas. Thus, we should take appropriate actions actively.
2019 30th Issue: Expanding China-Italy Economic and Trade Cooperation - 2019-09-12
[Abstract]Recently, CCIEE Vice Chairman Zhao Jinjun, associated researchers Mei Guanqun and Tan Jun conducted a fact-finding trip to Italy, discussing various issues with their Italian counterparts, such as China-Italy bilateral economic and trade relations, bilateral cooperation under the “Belt and Road” initiative. Furthermore, the research group visited the Chinese Embassy in Italy, the Italian Institute of International Studies and Huawei(Italy). The research team believes that the current China-Italy relationship is rather stable and the expansion of the China-Italy economic and trade exchanges will enhance the China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership.
2019 29th Issue: Issues Concerning the Current Sino-German Economic and Trade Relations - 2019-09-12
[Abstract] The Sino-EU relations have become particularly important amid the escalating Sino-US trade war. Recently, Zhao Jinjun, Vice Chairman of CCIEE, Mei Guanqun and Tan Jun, Associated Researchers of CCIEE conducted a fact-finding trip to Germany, discussing various issues with their German counterparts, such as Sino-Germany relations, China-Europe relations, and the “Belt and Road” cooperation. The research team visited the Chinese embassy in Germany, the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce(DIHK), the Schiller Institute, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Bank of China, State Grid, HNA Group and so on.