International experts: China’s economic development has bright prospects and technological innovation attracts global attention | The world celebrates the Year of China
Release time: 09:35 on February 13, 2024 Source: China News Network
As the New Year approaches in the Year of the Dragon, experts from various countries have sent their blessings to China. Rana Mitter, a professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, pointed out that peace and stability are an important prerequisite for regional development, and wished that China would join hands with other countries in the world to start a year of prosperous cooperation. Matic Gajšek, Deputy Director of the EU Asia Center, wished the Chinese people a happy Year of the Dragon in Chinese and looked forward to Europe and China continuing to deepen communication and exchanges in the new year. Danis Simon, senior advisor for China affairs to the president of Duke University in the United States, said that China’s economic transformation process will inevitably be accompanied by challenges, but the willingness of foreign business groups to invest in China is still strong. He believes that China’s economic development prospects are bright. Stephen Brawer, director of the Swedish “Belt and Road Initiative” Institute, believes that China’s innovations in aerospace, new energy and other fields may affect the future process of human society, and the development of related fields is worth looking forward to. Ivo Ganchev, Vice President of the Bulgarian-China Chamber of Industry, wished Chinese friends good health and career progress in the new year. (Chen Tianhao, Xue Lingqiao, Chen Caixia, Lin Zhuowei)
As the world celebrates the coming of the Year of the Dragon, global experts send their greetings.
Rana Mitter, ST Lee Chair in US-Asia Relations at the Harvard Kennedy School, expects the Chinese economy to prosper in the years to come by opening markets, maintaining regional stability, and deepening cooperation.
Matic Gajšek, director for Europe at Europe Asia Center, extends his holiday greetings in Chinese and wishes for more conversations and exchanges between China and Europe in the new year.
“The foreign business community sees that being in China is of great benefit and they are going to want to sustain their presence there,” said Danis Simon, senior adviser to the President for China Affairs at Duke University. He believes that the road ahead is promising for China, though inevitably with some challenges.
Stephen Brawer, chairman of the Belt and Road Institute in Sweden, holds that China’s space and energy programs are significant directions that could potentially shape human society in the coming thousands of years.
Ivo Ganchev, vice-chairman of the Bulgarian Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, wishes the Chinese people to enjoy good health and career success in the new year.
(by Chen Tianhao, Xue Lingqiao, Chen Caixia, Lin Zhuowei)
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