which uni do you love most in world? I love Tsinghua- their teachers work with youth assuming the teacher's job is to make students do far more connected in sustaining the world than old teachers ever can.
So please rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk which are the most vital knowledge networks students need to amplify over next 2 college years up to Tokyo Olympics greatest ever celebration of valuing youth
  • march 2019 digital cooperation released by UN and 20 nations tech wizards including us melinda gates china's jack ma india's amandeep gill- the world's antonio guterres
  • march 2019 womens stories worldwide meeting hosted by beijing international language scholars http://yenchingsymposium.org/
  • april 2019 xi jinping debates most sustainable economic models for 100 nations using adam smith logic that each nation needs its own diverse economic and education model<;li>
  • june 2019 aiib asks luxembbourg to mediate 100 sustainability banking delegations
  • july japan hosts g20- note homework started 1 dec 2018 for youth women sme and green finance networks to impact g20
  • 2017- the year that education changed the economics of everyone why can't UN design modula sdg livelihoods curricula
    2018 - YouthWorldAffairs -what if new york suburbs such as amazon hq2.2 rated by sustainability goals generation world class at jobs-connecting education as well as investment banking and media - join our meetings preparing before and after collaborations with WISE@UNGA UN sept 2018
    -help map education and sustainability's 7 most wonderful summits for under 30s at www.valuetrue.com xmas 2017 puzzle is it possible to blockchain the world carbon emissions market? summit debrief wise paris march 2019 - fast tracks 09
    China's greatest Job Creator; Jack Ma 1 2 -Wise@beijing

    Tuesday, December 6, 2016

    China relaunches G20 in era of sustainability goals

    Wow i wasnt expecting this- China convened G20 summer 2016 around the greatest sustainabiloity collaborations ever announced
    Lets see how
    Germans
    then India
    then Argentina build on such collaborations as Jack Ma's EWTP

    Jinpings leadership of Climate Consensus
    Jinping and Asian Infrastructure Bank investments in One Belt One Road
    Jack Ma's EWTP
    Blockchains

    Suddenly China needs to translate its DEVELOPMENT visions all over the world and vice versa
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    Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma is urging G20 nations to set up digital free trade zones that would enable small businesses worldwide to bypass complex regulations and protectionist trade policies that hinder global commerce. “In most countries SMEs contribute more than 50 percent of GDP and an even higher percentage of employment,” said Ma this week at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, a three-day international conference on economic issues confronting Russia and the world. Yet SMEs are shut out of global markets by obstacles such as complex regulations and market-entry regimes that only large companies can navigate, as well as a lack of access to financing, he said. “Over the past 20 or 30 years, financial systems were designed for the 20% of companies that are big multinationals, leaving 80% of businesses with no space to grow,” Ma said. During two appearances at the St. Petersburg forum—Ma participated in a panel discussion and gave a speech—China’s most visible internet entrepreneur said he wants to reduce barriers by establishing what he calls the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP), a web-based body driven by small businesses that he envisions as a successor to the World Trade Organization. “The WTO did a wonderful job in past years, and I think globalization is good,” he said. But the WTO has failed to make progress for many years because of conflicts among member governments and multinational corporations, many pushing protectionist trade agendas. “We cannot wait for the government negotiation, let’s do something simple and easy to move things ahead,” he said. This would include not only the establishment of the eWTP but also setting up a digital version of the fabled Silk Road trade routes between Europe and Asia. Ma wants to create a global online trading platform replete with virtual free trade zones for small businesses. These zones would allow small businesses in one country to sell to consumers in another, without anyone having to pay import duties and with speedy customs clearance. “Imagine if SMEs could buy and sell products anywhere in the world with mobile phones and PCs,” he said. “We should build special rules and laws to help small guys move forward,” Ma explained. “Trains have stations, airplanes have airports, boats have docks,” he said. “We need global free trade zones for small businesses, or e-hubs,” Ma said, adding that Russia would be a logical host for a hub connecting Asia and Europe. “We recommend G20 countries to support the Electronic World Trade Platform, which should help to support a new and more open way for global trade,” added Ma, who is the chaiman of the B20 SME Development Task Force, a G20 advisory group. During the forum, Ma spoke on a range of topics, among them ways to address the problem of a vanishing middle class around the world, and how G20 countries ought to create a new type of visa to allow entrepreneurs to travel more freely. To watch a video of Ma’s speech in St. Petersburg, visit the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum website here. To watch the panel discussion, click here.

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