Liu ZhiqinFormer Chief Representative of the Beijing Branch of Zürcher Kantonal Bank.
Expertise : Macro-economy; Financial Reform
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Mr. Liu Zhiqin, graduated from Beijing University of Languages and Cultures, major in English. Afterwards, he worked in the militaries of railways, defense tech and international trade. He was awarded with government-supplied scholarship, studied at Economic Institute of Frankfurt University as scholar from 1982 – 1984, in subject of International Trade/Finance Management as postgraduate. From the late 1970’s, he began visiting and investigating on the trade of African, the Middle East, as well as Boeing Company in the USA and Airbus Company in Germany. After 1988, he worked in banks of Germany, Switzerland and Austria, in charge of Chinese business. After that, he worked as Chief Representative of (Swiss) Zuercher Kantonal bank until 2012. From 2013, he joined Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China as Senior Fellow. His publications like Duo Zui Ji and Cha Zui Ji, has collected hundreds of articles published in various medias, focusing on domestic and overseas issues, such as economy, finance, and global governance. He is the first expert who suggested USA to conduct necessary “reform and open-up policies”, the paper was published in <Global times>. At the same year, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed the same suggestion when he met American officers. This idea broke hot discussions in international media. He received the interviews frequently from CCTV, Shenzhen TV, Macau Asia Satellite Television, and Russian media, as well as Beijing TV, people.com.cn, huanqiu.com, and etc, refers to the issues of G20, BRICS, Belt and Road, Green growth, Global governance and so on.
China to take robust measures to boost economy
Fresh statistics show that China's economy is in good shape, though many people are deeply concerned about the downward pressure that's been building since the beginning of this year....2018-09-12
Two sets of data show the shape of China's economy
Although the market has been worrying that a weak yuan would trigger a large amount of capital outflow, recent data shows that despite a slight dip in China's foreign currency reserve in August, outflow will likely remain stable....2018-09-10
Tariffs backfire? US trade deficit at five-month high in July
The US trade deficit rose to a five-month high in July as exports of soybeans and civilian aircraft declined and imports hit a record high. Experts suggested the deterioration in the deficit could be a drag on American economic growth in the third quarter, continuing into the mid-term elections....2018-09-07
The Belt and Road Initiative wins global respect
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been ongoing for five years. In the past few years, the BRI has achieved great progress and won notable respect from all over the world. ...2018-09-05
Is self-confidence the biggest global effect of BRI?
When it comes to evaluating the impact of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) over the last five years, one Chinese academic thinks the most important effects cannot be easily measured or even seen....2018-09-03
Smart technology makes China smart
The Smart China Expo held in Chongqing Municipality from August 23 to 25, 2018, has attracted great attention from many countries, and various top-ranked companies from abroad and domestic industries have shown their best technologies and latest innovations in the smart industries....2018-08-27
China’s achievements should be shared with world
The most frequent excuse used by US President Donald Trump to support his reckless decision to launch a "trade war" against China is that China has taken advantage of the US. Many people, especially some Americans, seemed to be convinced, though the facts suggest differently. ...2018-08-16
China must fight firmly against 'trade dictatorship'
The US administration is said to be gearing up to unleash another "trade bomb" to scare China: increase tariffs on 200 billion US dollars' worth of goods from China from 10 percent to 25 percent, thus igniting chaos and concern in the world market. ...2018-08-02
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,