The 1985 Yangtze River Cruise Conference

About the Conference
China Society of Economic Reform (CSER)
International Cooperation Center of National Development and Reform Commission (ICC-NDRC)
World Bank
Beijing Reform and Innovation Forum for Young and Middle-Aged Intellectuals
June 28-July 1, 2015
Yangtze River boat
International Conference on Macroeconomics in Commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of the 1985 Yangtze River Cruise Conference
  • Draft Program
  • According to the current plan, the conference will consist of six sessions:I. The 30th Anniversary Commemoration of the ...
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  • Mission and Motivation
      At present, China is experiencing another momentous transition of deepening the reform across the board, while encountering a series of macroeconomic difficulties brought about by economic growth slowing down. This year is also crucial for the formulation of the 13th Five-Year Plan...[Full story]
    The 1985 Yangtze River Cruise Conference
      On September 2, 1985, the Bashan Boat sailed out from Chaotianmen Dock in Chongqing, and the six-day “International Symposium on Macroeconomic Management” commenced. Upon the approval of the State Council, the conference was held in joint sponsorship with State Commission for Reconstructing Economic System, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and World Bank, and attended by more than 60 prominent economists and government officials at home and abroad...[Full story]
    • Participants (Confirmed)
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    • Tributes to the 1985 Conference
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    • Opening Ceremony Addresses
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    • Session I: World Economy and Chinese economy: Certainties and Uncertainties
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    • Session II: Fiscal and Monetary Policies under the Economic “New Normal”
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    • Session III: Globalization, Regional Cooperation and Internationalization Strategy
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    • Session IV: The Prospect of Global Medium- and Long-term Development and China’s 13th Five-Year Plan
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    • Session V: Summary of Discussion & Closing Ceremony
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