A look at the economic summit that is shaping up as the biggest political event in recent memory

The Economic Innovation Summit in Beijing is shaping to be the biggest and most significant political event of the 2020s.

This year, a new political party will form in China, and this time, the political parties of the two main parties will play a role in deciding the outcome of the event.

While many of the major issues facing the world right now are related to China, the economic issue is expected to dominate the summit, which is set to begin Thursday with a panel discussion titled “Investing in the Future: Building the Economic Innovation Network.”

The two main economic parties, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the United States, are also expected to participate in the summit.

In addition, the World Economic Forum, the body that coordinates the economic agenda of the world, is also expected, with a session to discuss the theme of “A New Economic Order.”

In addition to economic issues, the conference is expected in the context of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, a plan to create a modern transportation network stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, linking China with Europe and the Middle East through a network of highways, railways, ports, pipelines, and ports.

This will be an effort by Beijing to build a unified transportation network that will connect all of Asia and Europe.

The conference will also focus on energy security, climate change, and energy efficiency.

And, as usual, the theme will be “The New Global Economy: Building on Technology to Transform the World.”

It is not yet clear if the summit will have the full-scale political component of the summit that was held in 2015.

But if the United Nations, the EU, and other global actors are to have any influence in shaping the agenda of this summit, then China will have to play a large role in this year’s economic discussions.

The political parties will be able to shape the agenda, and China will be in a position to influence decisions made by the participants, said Jonathan Littman, a political science professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

Litterman said the focus of the talks will be on economic issues and on the role of Chinese investment in the region.

In a recent paper, Littmann noted that China has been a major beneficiary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) military presence in Europe.

In the wake of the NATO military presence, Chinese investment, which had declined over the years due to the economic downturn, has increased dramatically.

“We are seeing a dramatic increase in Chinese investment into Europe,” Littam said.

“I think it’s very significant for China.

I think it will give it a strong incentive to invest in Europe.”

According to the report, a major theme of the upcoming economic summit will be how China is integrating itself into the global economy.

For instance, Lettman said, “The focus of this session will be China’s participation in the international financial system, and it will be very interesting to see what Beijing is going to do in this space.

The key will be to figure out what China is going on doing to become a more integrated player in the global system.”

In a report released earlier this month, the European Commission highlighted a number of opportunities China will open up in the area of the international economy.

According to this report, “China is a key player in this field because of its significant economic and financial contributions to the global financial system.

The EU and China are working together on projects that will help both countries better meet their financial obligations and further promote economic development.”

While there are several other issues to be discussed in the economic forum, including the topic of “the transition to the 21st century,” there are also a number other issues that will be discussed, including climate change and energy.

This is especially important for China, as the Chinese economy has been suffering the effects of climate change for a number years.

China’s energy sector, as well as the global climate and energy policy are both subject to strong Chinese influence.

This means that China will not only be the main beneficiary of a lot of these global developments, but it will also be the leader of the pack in the areas of energy, climate, and climate change.

The global economic agenda will be shaped by the political and economic interests of China, which will have a significant influence on the political outcomes of the conference, said David Tse, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

“This is not going to be a summit of world leaders.

This summit will mostly be a gathering of policymakers from different parts of the globe, and the interests of those different parts will determine the outcomes,” he said.

The economic agenda that the world will see in the coming weeks and months will not be the one that China is aiming for.

For the time being, China has decided to focus on economic growth, which means it will not have a large influence on other issues, such as the issues of climate