An international conference on transnational corporations and China’s economy has taken place in Chengdu, China, from November 6 to 8, 2015.
Over the past several decades, China has actively implemented the reform and opening-up policy while maintaining the direction of its socialist market economy with Chinese characteristics. Although still listed among “emerging markets”, China has become one of the two biggest economies (U.S-China, known as G-2) in building a special position in the world economy. The initiation of Asia-Pacific Free Trade Area was proposed in Beijing APEC leaders meeting in 2014. With this background, an international conference on transnational corporations and China’s economy has been in Chengdu – the southwest economic center in 2015. This conference explores the role and significance of the construction of Asia-Pacific Free Trade Area and governments as well as transnational corporations in the modern society, especially emerging economies, such as China. Based on modern theory and practice, the conference discusses challenges and opportunities that China brings to Asia-Pacific economy as a result of its rapid integration into the world. The conference provides a platform where enterprises, government and academic experts discuss the existing opportunities to perfect economic performance.
The conference is sponsored by Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE). It is jointly hosted by School of International Business of SWUFE and Ottawa United Learning Academy, i.e. Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR) in Canada. It is supported by School of Business of Central University of Finance and Economics, School of Economics and Management of Chongqing University, School of Business of Laval University in Canada.
Provided by the TNCR Team, November 22, 2015