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

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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. Full Story>>

For more on the Davos forum, we are joined on the phone by our reporter Wang Mangmang who's in Tianjin.

Q1: After kicking off this afternoon, 14 hundred attendees from businesses, governments and other fields, will begin heated discussions on the world economy. After getting a chance to talk with some of the participants, what's the key issue that's getting the most attention?

Q2: What were some of the highlights of the opening ceremony and what's in store for tomorrow?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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