Live: Opening ceremony of International Finance Forum’s annual meeting

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The International Finance Forum (IFF) 2021 annual meeting opens in Guangzhou, southern China. With the theme of “Sustainable Development under Global Challenges – Competition, Change, and Cooperation,” this year’s annual meeting will hold discussions on issues such as economic recovery, common prosperity, climate change, and global sustainable development. Join our livestream on December 4 at 01:00 GMT.

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