With a combined population of 2.4 billion and huge increases in bilateral trade and investments, China and India are poised to become the leading economies of the 21st century.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had met frequently in the past few years to discuss initiatives aimed at boosting bilateral trade and investments. Both countries are already strategic partners in many important international initiatives, such as the New Development Bank and the Asia Infrastructure Development Bank. However, many mutual market access issues remain. What are the challenges and opportunities for Chinese and Indian businesses? What are the sectors that will benefit most from such a close economic partnership and integration between the two major powers?
Mr. ZHOU Li,
Editorial Board Member, China Daily Group
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, China Daily Asia Pacific
Mr. Alexander WAN, Senior Advisor, China Daily Asia Pacific
(Moderator and Program Director)
Panel Discussion: “Strategic IP Management in China Film and Creative Industries”
Ms. Emily DAI, Web Drama General Manager, iQIYI
Mr. William FENG, Head of Greater China and Vice President of Asia
Pacific, Motion Picture Association (MPA)
Mr. Kailuo LIU, President, Heyi Pictures
Mr. LI Lei, Vice President, Filmko Entertainment Limited
Q & A Session for delegates