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缘于艺术的跨界似乎正在经济市场上演。随着中国经济与国际市场深度融合，新常态下的经济格局也随之改变，尤其是“互联网+”浪潮的来袭，深入各行各业，“互联网+金融”、“ 互联网+地产”、“ 互联网+制造”……让中国经济格局呈现跨界、融合的特点。互联网颠覆了传统思维格局，变革下的市场已不简单把它当作工具运用，更多的是当作一种全新的思维去思考；跨界思维，就是用多角度、多视野去看待问题，和提出解决方案的一种思维方式。
|17:10-18:00||Opening Ceremony (Closing Ceremony of China Philanthropy Forum)
WANG BomingChairman of SEEC Media Group and Editor-in-Chief of CAIJING MagazineKeynote Speeches
|09:00-09:05||Moderator:WANG Boming, Chairman of SEEC Media Group and Editor-in-Chief of CAIJING Magazine|
|09:15-09:30||Keynote Speech 1|
|09:30-10:30||Keynote Speech and Dialogue|
|10:30-11:50||Plenary Session 1: The Global Economy in the Face of Challenging ChangesThe world economy continues to face many complexities in 2015. With the exception of the US, growth of major economies has been lackluster. There are no noticeable signs of recovery in the euro zone; the Russian economy is in turmoil as the country's currency plummets; growth in Japan is sluggish while China, India and other emerging economies are showing signs of a significant slowdown. The key to steady growth of the global economy will lie in how major economies push for economic structuring and seek new growth drivers, in addition to more effective use of the monetary policy.|
|13:00-14:20||Plenary Session 2: Relieving China's Economic Difficulties and Growth ResponseWhether the new growth potential is being formed? In China’s “new normal”, economic deleveraging persists and growth slows down. New uncertainties that have emerged recently, such as the stock market bubble, yuan revaluation of assets and global market turmoil, are exacerbating the market's pessimism on the Chinese economy. However, more data shows that China's economic restructuring starts to pay off. The consumption ratio is rising while the economy is shifting away from investment- and export-led growth. In the near future, the deleveraging difficulties are set to ease as the increase in infrastructure investment, monetary easing and proactive fiscal policies take effect. In the medium and long term, initiatives such as the relationship between the central and local governments, reform of the taxation system and state-owned enterprises, financial reform and government decentralization will promote the decisive role of the market, which is instrumental in identifying new growth drivers potential for China in the next three decades.|
|14:20-15:40||Plenary Session 3: "One Belt, One Road": Vision and Practice
The "One Belt, One Road" strategy represents China's new thinking and new strategy on its further integration into the world, through which China will take the initiative in shaping a new regional order that is more conducive to the development of China and its neighbors and to achieving a mutually beneficial and win-win situation. In 2015, the "One Belt, One Road" strategy moves from the planning stage to actual implementation. Effective implementation in the face of complex historical, political, cultural and social factors along the routes will be a challenge for the next stage. 2015 also marks the year in which China becomes a net capital exporter. The "One Belt, One Road" strategy should meet the aspirations of Chinese enterprises to expand their business globally and really help them "go global".
|16:00-17:20||Plenary Session 4: Transition in Urbanization
Urbanization in China is gradually moving into the agenda and the length of railway to be constructed can be expected to see a multifold increase. Ensuring that railway construction and operation as well as real estate adjacent to railways can better meet the needs of the people and ensuring the sustainability of infrastructure and operational finances against the backdrop of heavy local debt and sharp declines in fiscal revenue will be the new issues facing urbanization in the latter stages. A number of densely populated cities in East Asia have accumulated decades of experience in three-dimensional cities (TOD city integration) and PPP (public-private partnerships) and they act as effective starting points for the transition of urbanization. The success of the transition of urbanization in China may very well hinge on how China can work out its government-market boundaries and effectively absorb social capital.
|16:00-18:30||CAIJING Annual Dialogue: New Environment for Government-Business Relations
The core issue in market economy is the relationship between the market and the government, which can also be described as government-business relations in a sense. Since the reform and opening up in China, Chinese entrepreneurs have found themselves in a tight corner when developing their business, thereby forming a complex government-business relationship. However, collusion between government officials and businesses is the result of unscrupulous officials abusing their public power and working for financial gains. It is a problem which is must be solved for the Government’s withdrawal from the economic sectortofocus on the development of rules, maintainingmarket order and providing public services. The new round of reforminitiated at the Third Plenary Session of 18thCPC Central Committeehas at its core toallow the market to play a decisive role in the allocation of resources”. This means while the government relinquishes certain powers, it will also afford the responsibilityto provide the public services for the society. At the same time it should withdraw from the past due to serious offside due to planned economy to reshape government-business relations.
|19:30-21:30||NightcapPanel 1:Real Estate+：Looking for New Areas of Profit GrowthAfter more than a decade of rapid development, China’s real estate industry is entering the silver age as it leaves the golden age. The demand scenario has changed from undersupply to overall balance of supply and demand. As the Chinese economy makes the transition to a new normal, rapid growth and high profit in the industry have become a thing of the past. Going forward, it will be an era of development based on demand, with the focus on cost effectiveness and the provision of ancillary services. Real estate enterprises are bidding farewell to "barbaric growth" by engaging in cross-sector operations, transformation and diversification, and being asset-light has become imperative. The trend of financialization, specialization, internationalization and convergence is opening up profit potential across the real estate value chain, and the generation of profits will also shift from the development segment to the financial segment in the early stage and operational services in the latter stage. These new areas of profit growth will be an important fulcrum for the asset-light transformation of real estate enterprises. Panel 2: Thoughts on the Rule of Law in the InternetThe impact of the Internet as a revolutionary form of production on the society today and tomorrow is unmeasurable. However, looking back at the development of the Internet industry, this sector in China is still in the early days of "uncivilized" development to some extent. Its typical features include serious disorder in market development, the existence of the rule of law and regulations only in the low-end format of departmental rules and administrative regulations, which are prone to changes and show apparent leanings in favor of some departments. How to regulate the Internet industry by applying the rule of law and how to adjust the ways laws are enacted in the sector guided by the rule of law are equally important issues. This tests the capacity for critical thinking and the wisdom of legislators and law enforcers. Panel 3: Asset Management in the Global PerspectiveHaving become the world's second largest economy, China has accumulated a considerable amount of capital, and foreign investment by Chinese institutions has become a trend. Against such a backdrop, how to establish a sound global asset allocation model so as to guard against the risk of asset depreciation and volatility and achieve long-term preservation and appreciation of Chinese capital? What can China's capital managers learn from the investment models of other countries? What kind of talent and mechanisms is necessary for the global allocation of Chinese capital? Panel 4: Capital Market: Deregulation and the Strengthening of SupervisionThe formation of an open capital market calls for reduced administrative examination, approval and intervention by regulators so that better play can be given to the decisive role of the market in the allocation of financial resources. At the same time, as financial innovation becomes more complex and diverse, the capital market is set to encounter greater impact and risks, and the transfer of risks may become faster. This calls for the strengthening of market supervision and the intensification of efforts to curb illegal activities so to maintain stability in the capital market, firmly guard against systemic financial risks, and establish investor confidence in the market. The future direction of regulatory reform should be deregulation and the strengthening of supervision. Specifically, what should be subjected to deregulation and strengthened supervision, and what can be done to coordinate the relationship between the two? Panel 5: Big Data: Obscurity VS VisibilityToday, Big Data has been escalated to the level of national strategy and become a household phrase. The government, society, enterprises and individuals are either already involved in some sort of Big Data operations, or making active preparations for it. As well as being an overnight sensation, the Big Data industry is widely suspected of being overhyped. It is therefore imperative for everyone involved in the Big Data industry to effectively guide the direction of the industry’s development, mobilizing various forces, e.g. academic, technical, administrative, industrial and capital resources, thereby boosting the healthy development of Big Data businesses after acquiring an accurate understanding of what Big Data actually is.|
|09:45-11:10||Plenary Session 5: Architecture and Coordination of Financial Supervision Financial deregulation, as represented by market-based interest rate, exchange rate liberalization and capital account opening up, while injecting new vitality into the market, also poses new regulation issues for China's financial industry. Shadow banking, off-market margin lending, Internet lending and other innovative forms of financing are undertaken in a dual-track system, involving regulatory arbitrage in a lot of cases. The A-share market crash this year exposed the lack of coordination among separate financial regulatory frameworks. With the expansion of the integrated business model in the financial sector and cross-border integration of Internet finance, there is a pressing need to establish a financial supervision and coordination system which will not inhabit innovation and whose risks are controllable.|
|11:10-12:30||Plenary Session 6: Consensus and Breakthrough of Reform of State-Owned EnterprisesThe Third Plenary Session of 18thCPC Central Committee put forward some new ideas on the reform of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and opened the door to the resumption of SOE reform. In the past two years, the world has been waiting for the new "top-level design" for the implementation of SOE reform amid much debate. In September 2014, the CPC Central Committee and the State Council finally unveiled the Guiding Opinions on Deepening the Reform of State-owned Enterprises. The emergence of the dispute is normal. Some believe that the specific reform measures contained therein are too conservative, while others note that important consensus has been reached on certain issues. How should SOE reform be deepened in a comprehensive way? What are the challenges ahead and what kind of support is critical? All these questions require further consideration.|
|14:00-15:20||Plenary Session 7: The Reality and Challenges of China's Manufacturing IndustryThe principal part of China’s manufacturing industry is at Industry 2.5 and it has yet to make the transition from electrification (2.0) to informatization(3.0). However, developed countries are making great strides in advancing from 3.0 to 4.0 (intelligentization). At the same time, goods manufactured at lower costs in Vietnam, India and Mexico are encroaching on the markets for products made in China. Can China's manufacturing industry, challenged on multiple fronts, keep its position as a manufacturing superpower in the world and can it leapfrog from 2.0 to 4.0?|
|15:40-17:00||Summit Forum 1: Crossover, Integration and ChangesThe crossover practice that began in art seems to be replicated in the economic sphere today. With in-depth integration of the Chinese economy into the international market, changes are occurring in the economic landscape under the "new normal". The emergence of "Internet+", in particular, is observed across sectors and industries. Thanks to "Internet + finance", "Internet + real estate", "Internet + manufacturing" and the like, the economic landscape in China is now characterized by the crossing of borders and sectors as well as integration. Internet has upended many traditional ways of thinking. And the market that is undergoing transformation no longer uses the Internet simply as a tool. Instead, it now represents a new way of thinking, i.e. cross-sector thinking which allows a multi-angle and multi-perspective view of issues, and also a way of thinking that offers solutions.|
|15:40-17:00||Summit Forum 2: Health Care Reform and InnovationChina's health care reform is gradually deepening, with the ending of the subsidization of medical services with profits from the sale of medicines, overhaul of the payment system and approval for doctors to practice at multiple facilities. Each step is important, but progress is hard to come by. At the same time, different parts of the country are exploring new paths and models. Innovations in hospital management model, the pharmaceutical industry and health care payment system show the vitality of the market. What kind of healthcare system does China need? How can we achieve reforms in all three interconnected areas of health services, pharmaceutical production and distribution and health care insurance in the true sense? How can we bring about an innovation-driven development of the industry as a whole? These are topics of continuous discussion in health care.|
|Note: The above schedule and list of speakers are accurate at the time of printing and subject to change. The final version shall prevail on the day of event.