What kind of globalization does the world need
In the past, the spread of the epidemic around the world has been used by some people as an excuse to oppose economic globalization, but the fact is that the control of the epidemic still depends on globalization. As China’s president Xi Jinping recently said in the special address of the world economic forum &ldquo, Davos agenda &rdquo, the economic globalization is the objective requirement of the development of social productive forces and the inevitable result of scientific and technological progress. “ &lsquo is used to make use of the epidemic; to remove &rsquo from the whole sphere; and to engage in closed decoupling does not meet the interests of any party ”
As early as four years ago, when Xi Jinping made his first speech in Davos, he clearly pointed out that economic globalization did bring new problems, but we could not kill the economic globalization in this way. Instead, we should adapt and guide the economic globalization and dispel the negative effects of economic globalization, so as to make it better for every country and every nation. After four years, this conclusion has been verified by a large number of facts.
Especially after the outbreak of COVID-19, people saw that vaccine research and development needed the cooperation of global scientists. The distribution of vaccines needed to touch the logistics network all over the world. The recovery of global economy depends on the recovery of global industrial chain and supply chain … … globalization irreversibility is international consensus.
At present, in the face of the new challenges brought about by the changes in the past century and the epidemic situation in the 21st century, what kind of globalization the world needs has aroused new discussion. “ overcome the gap between developed countries and developing countries, and jointly promote the development and prosperity of all countries; ” — — Xi Jinping’s conclusion in this speech provides China China’s answer.
The global risk report 2021 released recently by the world economic forum shows that the epidemic has not only killed millions of people, but also exacerbated the global gap between the rich and the poor and social differentiation. The New York Times wrote that the advent of vaccines has given people hope that the epidemic will end and the world economy will be rescued from the worst disaster since the great recession, but some developing countries are in danger of being left behind.
Obviously, a more open and inclusive globalization is what the world needs today. It can help bridge the gap between the north and the south, allow more developing countries to join the global economic network, and gain more space for survival and development; it can help more people not lose their health care and jobs because of poverty when facing the current public health challenges;
As a big country firmly supporting economic globalization, China has been working in this direction.
In the face of the epidemic, China has so far provided anti epidemic assistance to more than 150 countries and 13 international organizations, and sent 36 medical expert groups to countries in need to actively support and participate in international cooperation on vaccines. In his speech at the Davos world economic forum, Xi Jinping reiterated that &ldquo should strengthen cooperation in vaccine R & D, production and distribution, so that the vaccine could truly become a public product &rdquo that people of all countries could afford and afford. Searl, director of the Turkey Asia Pacific Research Center, · &ldquo, Xi Jinping, pointed out a more positive and more hopeful way to overcome all the difficulties we faced in the past year, &rdquo.
In the face of unbalanced development, China has always firmly implemented the opening-up policy to maintain the smooth and stable supply chain of global industrial chain. China’s &ldquo and one belt, one road &rdquo initiative is promoting common development among all countries. In 2020, China will become the only major economy in the world to achieve positive growth, which is of great significance to the world. Jabb, an official in charge of China Affairs of South Africa’s Ministry of trade and industry, said that China’s economic growth will have a positive impact on the economic recovery of the world, especially the developing countries.
In the face of the future, China not only emphasizes continuing to promote the openness of commodity and factor liquidity, but also constantly promotes the openness to a higher level of “institutional openness of rules, regulations, management and standards”. This will help to give full play to China’s super market advantage and domestic demand potential, provide more opportunities for cooperation among countries, and inject more impetus into the recovery and growth of the world economy.
Of course, to build a more open and inclusive globalization, we should not only rely on the efforts of some countries, but also need to reach a global consensus, not to engage in discriminatory and exclusive standards, rules and systems, and not to engage in high wall barriers separating trade, investment and technology. In particular, we should provide necessary support for the development of developing countries, protect their legitimate development rights and interests, and promote equal rights, equal opportunities, and equal rules;.
Only in this way can more people benefit and share the fruits of development. As Xi Jinping said, &ldquo, all the global problems facing mankind, can not be solved by any country, and it is necessary to carry out global action, global response and global cooperation &rdquo. (International commentator)