CCTV.com - CNTV English - CCTV News

Davos seeks sustainable growth

09-14-2010 08:21 BJT Special Report:2010 Summer Davos |

Watch Video

Play Video

The fourth Summer Davos session has officially opened in north China's coastal city of Tianjin. Over 1,4000 business leaders, academics, and officials are looking for ways to promote sustainable growth. They are looking at how companies and industries are transforming to meet future challenges, as they recover from the economic slowdown.

The foremost global business gathering in Asia...Greater competitiveness will allow entrepreneurship, innovation, and technology to create new growth opportunities.

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said, "China's development is open and the country's opening-up policy is a long-term, comprehensive and mutually beneficial policy. We will continue all the policies that support the opening up process. The Chinese government is committed to creating an open and fair environment for foreign invested enterprises. China gives high priority to intellectual property protection and has already made this a national strategy. We are ready to conduct exchanges and dialogue with other countries in this field. Here, I wish to reiterate that all enterprises registered in China according to Chinese laws are Chinese enterprises. Their products are made-in-China products."

Participants will engage in over one hundred interactive sessions throughout the three day forum.

Formats range from plenary meetings, to mentors' discussions, to networking lunches. Participants will brainstorm to reshape the competitive landscape in a resource limited world.

One key focus is on the rising role of Asia's soft power. And China, which just moved up two places in the Global Competitiveness Report, is leading the way of large developing economies.

The changing new growth context and new business model are posing challenges to many traditional

enterprises.And it's the common task of the new champions to find solutions.

This Summer Davos is likely to continue the last round's focus on the way out of crisis. Fears of a double-dip make it difficult to predict the shape of future growth. But the will to transform and the initiatives that are in place may help restore some confidence in the global business sector. It'll make interesting watching to see how participants use this platform to rethink and reshape.

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

Hot Videos view more

The celebrations are still continuing as the victorious coach, Joachim Loew, has been honored for his achievement in his hometown of Freiburg.
Germany coach Loew honored in hometown of Freiburg

Chinese men´s national team continued its preparations for next year´s Asian Cup, as they managed a one-all draw against visitors Jordan during a football friendly in Harbin, the capital city of Northeast China´s Heilongjiang Province.
China held to 1-1 draw by Jordan

The defending world champs came into the contest with a perfect 6-and-oh record, but they would be in for a tough first half before opening things up in the second.
USA beat Slovenia 119-76 in quarter-finals

Hot Stories more

UK authorities believe killer of James Foley is a British national

Across the UK the hunt is on for James Foley’s killer, who authorities believe is a British national. As Richard Bestic reports from London, Prime Minister David Cameron cut short his summer break to lead his government’s response.

Israeli war jets renews Gaza strike as truce talks stalled

Three Palestinians were killed and 40 others wounded in the intensive Israeli war jets´ airstrikes on the Gaza city on Tuesday night, shortly before an end of a 24-hour ceasefire in the Gaza Strip,

Missouri police arrest dozens after violent night

As the protests in the town of Ferguson, Missouri turned violent with police facing ´heavy gunfire´ from some ´criminal elements´, cops fired tear gas, stun grenades and arrested 31 demonstrators on Monday night.

Picture in news more

More Video News

Choose TV Program