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Speed will separate winners from losers in the internet age, says Honeywell's CEO-in-waiting
China is expected to become the world's largest aviation market in the next 20 years, said Steven Lien, president of Honeywell Aerospace Asia-Pacific, in an exclusive interview with China Daily Website.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney warned on Monday that the openness of the world economy is endangered by growing frustration among many voters who are angry about a "lost decade" for their earnings.
Two years have passed since the European Union Court of Justice recognized an individual's "right to be forgotten," leading to the removal of delicate personal information found through Internet search engines.
Should the second largest economy in the world makes full use of its ability to stablize growth, expand aggregate demand and implement supply side structural reforms, then China will be able to keep its economic growth above 6.5 percent for the remainder of this year as well as throughout the country's 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020).
China's "One Belt One Road" initiative, which aims to promote infrastructure construction in countries along its way and push forward the economic development of the whole region, would be a key discussion at the summit, said Alexey Maslov, head of the Oriental Studies Department at the Russian Higher School of Economics Research.
China will promote the G20 summit as an efficient platform for world governance including economic development, trade and investment, Turkish experts said on Monday.
Morgan Stanley Chief Executive James Gorman said on Wednesday he has "no clue" how the bank should allocate employees in Europe following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Britain's decision to leave the European Union (Brexit) could have important implications for the country's exchange rate and monetary policies, according to a senior J.P. Morgan economist.
Hong Kong's richest man said China's economic outlook is bright in the long term, casting a vote of confidence in a country that's growing at its slowest pace in a quarter century.