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Wu Shicun spoke at the 85th International Forum on China Reform

2019-11-12 09:06:37       source:NISCSS

On 26 October 2019, Dr. Wu Shicun, President of the NISCSS and vice-president of the Institute for Free Trade Ports Studies, attended the 85th International Forum on China Reform, and spoke at a parallel session on the “an open Asia and the World” as a guest speaker.


NISCSS President Wu Shicun attended the 85th International Forum on China Reform.


In his speech entitled “‘A three-pronged approach to achieve the long-term stability in the South China Sea,” Dr. Wu pointed out that the long-term peace and stability of the South China Sea is imperative for an open Asia and the world. The consultation and agreement on a South China Sea Code of Conduct would be a great opportunity to establish an order of security and cooperation, so as to guarantee regional peace and stability. The China-Philippine joint development will serve as model and breakthrough for joint development activities in disputed areas in the South China Sea. And bilateral and multilateral cooperation on the development of cruise industry under the framework of the “economic cooperation of the greater South China Sea” can help to create a cruise tourism paradise in the South China Sea to foster regional economic development.  



Dr Wu delivered a speech entitled “‘A three-pronged approach to achieve the long-term stability in the South China Sea”


In the Q & A session, Dr Wu answered questions regarding the impact of the intervention by outside powers on the South China Sea cooperation and whether providing public goods should be included in the provisions of the “South China Sea Code of Conduct”.



The forum, themed "China and the world in the context of unprecedented and profound changes", was co-organized by the China Institute for Reform and Development, Bank of China and China Daily. Mr. Feng Zhonghua, vice governor of the Hainan Provincial People’s Government delivered remarks at the opening ceremony. More than 500 participants including government officials, experts, scholars and entrepreneurs from home and abroad attended the forum.