G20 Summit To Focus On Rising Anti-Globalization Sentiment

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The backlash against globalization around the world is shaking the global elite to the core. They cannot understand why people are not thrilled with how they are transforming the world. But basically, they think dissenters are just a bunch of uneducated, ignorant peasants who are too childlike to know any better.  TN Editor

The G20 Summit is to take place amid weak economic recovery and the lowest rate of global trade growth in three decades. China would like to see G20 leaders resist protectionism and instead, seek economic growth through innovation and reform. CCTV’s reporter spoke to some of China’s brightest business leaders to hear their proposals to G20 leaders.

“Globalization is nothing wrong. But we need to perfect it,” said Jack Ma, Alibaba founder & CEO.

Alibaba founder Jack Ma is deeply concerned about the rising anti-globalization sentiment around the world.

After Brexit in the UK, the US Presidential candidate Donald Trump said his country might withdraw from the WTO if he’s elected.

People don’t like globalization, not because globalization is bad. If globalization can really benefit everybody, and enable every individual and small business to take part, it will be a great stuff. So we give our proposal, and I’m honored it’s been written into B20 policy recommendation report,” said Jack Ma.

The proposal: launching an electronic World Trade Platform, or e-WTP. The aim is to enable small businesses to trade globally through e-commerce.

“OK, now some guy in Brazil wants to sell something to Argentina, how can he find his customers? Online. How can he transact money for payment? How can he solve the logistic problem? How can he solve the data problems? How can he go through customs office in an efficient way? You need a platform to help to and enable them to do this,” said Jack Ma.

Reporter asked, “Some people call it an online version of WTO, because they share similar goals of promoting global trade and fighting protectionism. What’s the difference between an organization and a platform?”

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