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This post was edited by tenith at 2016-8-27 14:13|
With a massive platform like this, how is China intending to connect with the world and get the world interested and connected to it?
Steering the world isn't an easy job if the people do not know that there is a good train to jump on or do not want to jump because of scepticism due to lack of knowledge. Just shaking hands and dealing with a few leaders aren't enough to move the global economy. Leaders who share China's vision may find it difficult back home to inspire if they are beset by domestic problems and the local masses can't see the larger global picture. For almost 60 years people are totally guided by Wall Street's direction for example so its difficult for the same people to understand and comprehend for example the Shanghai Stock Exchange's (SSE) direction. Globally there aren't enough positive write ups of the SSE. The Hong Kong-Shanghai Connect - what does it mean for the world if corporations are listed on HKSE or SSE?
While it make sense to exhibit China-Russia partnership to build confidence around Asia-Europe, this G20 should also reach out to common Russians as to what future they can build with China and vice versa. China can position itself as an International Nation by exhibiting close working rapport with the US and EU as well. China's behavior with the EU and the US will indicate to the world what position China is taking. Special touch should also be highlighted with the Anglo family familiar in particular to China's Hong Kong like England, Australia, New Zealand and Canada which already have substantial financial interests in China and investments can be further increased both ways. As primary Asian nations, China and India ought to reflect their spearheading representation of Asia Dynamism. This serves both India's and China's interest going forward and also that of BRICS which ought to make its mark in G20. The rest of Asia in G20 should not be left out either. Finally, US is always a pertner that is difficult to ignore. Across the Pacific China and US ought to project matured enough working relationship between them. Continued provocation will not put either US or China on top of the global leadership list. As it is now, Germany under Angela Merkel appears a good alternative. Likewise Theresa May of England will also look fit for the global leadership job if she can keep UK intact post Brexit, better still if she can somewhat bridge the Irish-English divide. Countries banking to rise riding the "whacking China publicity" wave are wasting time, wasting resources and completely lost in ideas to grow their nation. Japan's Abe epitomise this notion of failure certainty. He ran round the world arguing the danger of China's armoury and shot 3 economic arrows. Obviously, no East Asia nation has been invaded yet. In contrast except for Japan, the other East Asians as far as Australia are ramping up their businesses with and investments in China. Most nations did not perform worse than Post-Massive-QE Japan. Because Abe can't deliver, he, cowardly tried hidding behind a false picture of "China Threat". Ultimately common Japanese paid the price for Abe's acts - few Japanese's satisfaction but one hundred twenty million's desparation.
Make this G20 the platform of future universal economic leadership. That's what G20 should be about.