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Studio interview: SCO to boost economic cooperation

06-06-2012 19:49 BJT Special Report:The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit 2012 |

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While leaders from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, or the SCO, are gathering in Beijing for the summit meeting, business people from the member states, observer countries, and dialogue partners, are also eager to deepen cooperation. Full Story>>

For more insight into the growing economic and security cooperation among SCO members, we are joined by Professor Zhu Ning, the Deputy Director at the Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance, at Jiao Tong University.

Good evening, Professor Zhu.

Q1: Some have described economic cooperation in the region as the rebirth of the ancient Silk Road. What areas have the most potential for growth and what needs to be done to reach those goals?

Q2: There has been contitued growth in security cooperation among SCO members. Over the past few years, member states have held joint exercises, to combat terrorism, separatism, extremism and drug and arms traffickers. How would you see the security ties among member states and is there room for more improvement?

 

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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