China International Finance Forum, from Oct. 28 to 30, will
focus on financial prospects and policies in China and
development of China's capital market, the organizers
announced here Monday.
forum, focusing on China's participation in global finance
after its entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO),
will be sponsored by the Development Research Center of the
State Council (China's central government), the Chinese
Academy of Social Sciences, and the Chinese Reform and
Development Forum Commission. Vice-Chairman of the Standing
Committee of the National People's Congress Cheng Siwei will
chair the forum.
would be divided into speeches, sub-forums and round table
meetings, with invited government officials, entrepreneurs
and experts to hold discussions on issues like the
globalized economy and China's capital market, and financing
of medium and small enterprises.
A source with the organizers
said China, after WTO entry, should have a clearer view of
the interests and risks of globalized finance, and carry out
economic reform more carefully for sustainable