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Bo’ao Forum for Asia (BFA) Agenda Overview

Bo’ao Forum for Asia March 26 (Wednesday)

07:00 – 22:00

Registration

(Pearl Bridge Registration Centre)

10:00 – 11:00

Annual Meeting Press Conference and Flagship Report Release

(Seagull Hall, Press Centre)

12:00 – 13:30

Buffet Lunch

(Joyful West Restaurant, Asia Restaurant, 1st Floor, BFA Hotel)

14:30 – 15:45

Investing in Asia’s Future

(East Islet Banquet Hall A, 1st Floor, BFA International Conference Centre)

Asia has become a hotspot for global capital. Despite the slow international economic recovery and increasing uncertainties, Asia remains a key region for global trade and investment, attracting global capital and largely determining the direction of capital flows.

What are the new characteristics of cross-border capital flows in Asia? What are the new trends in capital flows within and outside the region?

How can investor confidence be boosted, the investment environment further improved, and the attractiveness to foreign investment enhanced?

What impact do capital flows have on the financial markets and financial stability of Asian economies?

14:30 – 15:45

Reducing Trade Fragmentation

(East Islet Banquet Hall B, 1st Floor, BFA International Conference Centre)

The WTO warns that increasing trade fragmentation poses significant costs to the global economy, especially for developing countries. How can countries strengthen cooperation to avoid further sliding into trade protectionism?

In recent years, global industrial chains, supply chains, and value chains have been continuously adjusted. What changes are currently occurring? How to address the imbalance in national and internal development caused by global resource allocation and promote inclusive economic globalization?

What actions should the international community take to promote WTO reform?

16:15 – 17:30

How Far Are We from the Technological Singularity?

(East Islet Banquet Hall A, 1st Floor, BFA International Conference Centre)

If the important moment of breakthrough achieved by empowering disruptive technologies such as strong artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and controlled nuclear fusion arrives, what will the world look like?

Which areas of technological revolution are most likely to approach the singularity?

AI-driven scientific research (AI for Science) has shown tremendous potential to break through the bottleneck of traditional scientific research capabilities. What new breakthroughs can we expect in the future?

16:15 – 17:30

Accelerating Towards Zero-Carbon Electricity

(East Islet Banquet Hall D, 1st Floor, BFA International Conference Centre)

Last year’s 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) proposed for the first time to gradually move the energy system away from fossil fuels and increase the proportion of renewable energy in a fair and orderly manner. According to IEA forecasts, by 2025, Asia will consume half of the world’s electricity, and as early as 2021, Asia’s carbon emissions accounted for half of the global emissions. Therefore, accelerating the transformation of Asia’s electricity system to zero carbon is the primary task and key measure to address global climate change.

17:30-18:30

Bo’ao Forum for Asia Consultation Committee Meeting

(Harmony Hall, 1st Floor, BFA East Island Hotel)

(By invitation only)

18:30 – 20:00

Bo’ao Forum for Asia Members and Partners Welcome Dinner

(Yiyong Hall, Changyan Hall, 1st Floor, BFA East Island Hotel)

(By invitation only)

18:00 – 20:00

Buffet Dinner

(Joyful West Restaurant, Asia Restaurant, 1st Floor, BFA Hotel)

March 27th (Wednesday)

07:00 – 22:00

Registration

(Pearl Bridge Registration Centre)

09:00 – 10:15

AIGC Changing the World

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall A)

Currently, the rapid development of generative artificial intelligence applications such as ChatGPT (AIGC) is evident. What ground-breaking advancements can we expect next?

How have human production and lifestyle changed as a result, and what risks might arise?

How can governments and the private sector establish effective collaborative mechanisms for the development of artificial intelligence?

09:00 – 10:15

Social Governance and Regional Security

Economic and Social Development and Drug Problem Governance

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall B)

Currently, the drug problem has become a significant issue affecting regional security and economic development globally. What major risks and challenges still exist?

Faced with the escalating global drug crisis, how can the international community strengthen drug prohibition exchange and cooperation, establish sound drug control mechanisms? How can countries enhance their drug control capabilities to eliminate the adverse effects of the drug problem on regional security and socio-economic development, and jointly build a human community free from the harm of drugs?

09:00 – 10:15

“Innovation, Green, Digital Intelligence, Integration” Leading High-Quality Development

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall D)

Against the backdrop of a new round of technological revolution and industrial transformation, accelerating the “Four Transformations” of innovation-driven transformation, green and low-carbon transformation, digital intelligence transformation, and shared integration transformation is of great significance for creating new productive forces and promoting high-quality development of industries.

How should the “Four Transformations” exert force, empower each other, and promote jointly?

What practices do enterprises have in the “Four Transformations,” and what challenges and opportunities do they face?

What top-level designs and incentive policies do governments have to promote the “Four Transformations” and lead high-quality development?

09:00 – 10:30

Youth Forum

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall C)

(By invitation only)

09:30 – 11:00

Boao Forum for Asia Council Meeting

(BFA Dongyu Island Hotel, 1st Floor, Harmony Hall)

(By invitation only)

09:30 – 11:00

Chinese Business Roundtable

(BFA Hotel, 2nd Floor, Yuntai Pavilion)

(By invitation only)

10:45 – 12:00

Deepening Asian Financial Cooperation

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall B)

Financial cooperation in the Asian region is closely related to regional economic development and economic integration. In the current weak global economic recovery environment, what are the key areas of Asian financial cooperation to promote the development of the real economy?

How to enhance Asia’s financial infrastructure connectivity to promote investment and trade in the Asian region?

How to further improve the Asian financial safety net?

Do Asian countries need to establish their own currency fund organization?

11:15 – 12:00

Boao Forum for Asia Members Meeting

(BFA Dongyu Island Hotel, 1st Floor, Eiyong Hall, Changyan Hall)

(For forum members only)

12:00 – 13:30

Buffet Lunch

(BFA Hotel, 1st Floor, Yi Jing Western Restaurant, Asia Restaurant)

13:00 – 14:15

New Trends in Corporate ESG Disclosure

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall A)

ESG disclosure, as an important carrier for displaying corporate ESG performance, is considered a vital channel for corporate social responsibility, enhancing brand image, and increasing corporate value. Corporate ESG strategies and practices will have a significant impact on corporate sustainable development.

What are the global trends in ESG disclosure? How can companies better respond to ESG disclosure?

In line with international standards, what are the unique practices of China in ESG disclosure?

What are the current status and development trends of the monetization of corporate social value?

13:00 – 14:15

Accelerating Climate Change Action

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall B)

Climate change poses enormous challenges to human sustainable development. How can the international community accelerate action to achieve the global temperature control goals set out in the Paris Agreement?

Climate action requires substantial investment, and the cost of inaction is much higher. It is imperative to promote green financing to support low-carbon transformation. What challenges and opportunities exist in current climate investment and financing?

13:00 – 14:15

Global Geopolitical Outlook

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall D)

In recent years, global geopolitical competition has intensified, with increasing tensions in international relations. What major risks and challenges still exist in the international situation?

What impacts have large-scale regional conflicts had on the world? Where is the solution?

In the context of intensified competition and confrontation between major powers, how can all parties strengthen unity and cooperation to jointly address global challenges?

13:00 – 14:30

Private Entrepreneur Roundtable

(BFA Dongyu Island Hotel, 1st Floor, Eiyong Hall, Changyan Hall)

(By invitation only)

13:30 – 15:00

China-US Entrepreneurs Dialogue

(BFA Dongyu Island Hotel, 1st Floor, Harmony Hall)

(By invitation only)

14:45 – 16:00

The Future of the New Energy Vehicle Track

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall A)

The pace of technological innovation in new energy vehicles is accelerating, and how will the smart transformation based on electrification unfold? What iterative and upgraded technologies can be expected?

How can the energy revolution and the automotive revolution better promote each other?

How will intense international competition affect the future of the new energy vehicle track?

14:45 – 16:00

World Economic Outlook

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall B)

The world economy is still hovering in a low-growth environment, with global economic growth expected to be only 3.1% in 2024. How should countries strengthen macroeconomic policy coordination and tap into new growth drivers?

What uncertainties and challenges will the global, Asian, and emerging markets face in 2024?

How to further combat inflation, balance economic growth, employment, and price stability?

As cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence further integrate with the economy and society, what changes will they bring to the world economy? How should we respond?

14:45 – 16:00

Enhancing Corporate Innovation

(BFA International Conference Centre, 1st Floor, East Island Banquet Hall D)

In today’s increasingly competitive global economic environment, how can enterprises enhance their innovation to adapt to market and external challenges?

Value creation is a basic requirement for enterprises as market entities and an important embodiment of their core competitiveness. How to enhance enterprise value creation?

How can enterprises optimize management practices to ensure full play of their potential?

15:30 – 16:45

Global Free Trade Port Development: Partnership, Openness, Cooperation

(BFA, First Floor, Yiyong Hall, Changyan Hall)

Explore the concept and ideas of building global free trade port partnerships.

Discuss the cooperative win-win model of global free trade ports, jointly promoting global open cooperation and facilitating bilateral trade, investment, and project collaboration opportunities.

Examine the continuous expansion of rules, regulations, management, standards, and other institutional openings of global free trade ports, aiming to construct market systems aligned with international norms.

17:15 – 18:30

Rise of the Global South

(BFA International Conference Center, First Floor, Dongyu Hall D)

As the global economic center shifts from developed economies to the “Global South,” the Global South is accelerating its rise.

How can the Global South deepen solidarity and cooperation in trade, debt, food, supply chains, technology, and climate change response to collectively address risk challenges?

How should countries strengthen unity and collaboration to promote a more equal and orderly development of the world’s multipolarization?

18:00 – 20:00

Buffet Dinner

(BFA Hotel, First Floor, Yijing Western Restaurant, Asia Restaurant)

19:30 – 21:00

Dialogue Session for CEOs of Multinational Corporations

(BFA International Conference Center, First Floor, Dongyu Hall B)

(By invitation only)

20:00 – 21:30

Cultural Roundtable Discussion

(BFA International Conference Center, First Floor, Dongyu Hall C)

(By invitation only)

March 28 (Thursday)

10:00 – 11:30

Opening Ceremony

(Main Hall, 2nd Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

12:00 – 13:30

Buffet Lunch

(Esplanade Western Restaurant, Asia Restaurant, 1st Floor of BFA Hotel)

13:15 – 14:30

Focus on Rare Diseases, Promoting Equitable and Accessible Health

(East Islet Banquet Hall A, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Focusing on rare diseases and promoting equitable and accessible health is a shared responsibility of the nation and society. Rare diseases are a medical challenge faced by countries worldwide, involving the health and rights protection of over 300 million rare disease patients globally. Currently, there are still many challenges in disease diagnosis and treatment, medical security, allocation of medical resources, international cooperation, investment in drug research and development, research systems, and talent cultivation.

What practical cases can countries learn from in addressing the challenges of rare diseases?

How can we improve the accessibility of rare disease diagnosis and treatment technologies and drugs through international cooperation?

How can we promote the integration of government, industry, and academia to build a more efficient rare disease diagnosis and treatment system?

13:45 – 15:00

Outlook on China’s Economy

(East Islet Banquet Hall D, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

China’s economy achieved its expected growth target in 2023, but there are still difficulties and challenges such as insufficient effective demand and weak social expectations. What are the prospects for China’s economic growth in the next phase?

China’s reform and opening up have been underway for 45 years and have entered a stage of deep-level reform and high-level opening up. How should China continue to exert efforts in reform and opening up to achieve its own modernization?

14:00 – 15:00

Global Security Initiative: Solving Security Challenges Together to Promote World Peace

(East Islet Banquet Hall B, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Prominent security challenges and risk factors facing the international community at present;

The value and role of the global security initiative in addressing global security challenges and promoting international security cooperation;

The future role and function of the global security initiative; how can it better integrate with the security concepts and policies of various countries, international and regional organizations or mechanisms, and contribute to world peace together?

14:15 – 15:45

China-Australia Entrepreneurs Dialogue

(East Islet Banquet Hall C, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

(Invited Guests Only)

14:30 – 16:00

Promoting Sustainable Development through Intellectual Property Rights

(Harmony Hall, 1st Floor of BFA Dongyu Island Hotel)

How can intellectual property rights drive innovation towards global goals? At a critical moment in the United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, exploring the transformative potential of intellectual property rights to promote the technological breakthroughs needed to achieve our common goals.

Empowering green technology through a global intellectual property strategy: Understanding the insights of global leaders such as Mr. Francis Gurry, Director General of WIPO, on formulating intellectual property strategies and promoting the development and application of green technology.

Integrating green technology to promote sustainable growth: Understanding how to integrate green technology into the development agenda to pave the way for a more sustainable future. What practices are leading this transformation, and how can they be applied globally?

Showcasing successful cases of green innovation: Participating in case studies to understand the successful application of intellectual property rights in achieving green innovation. What lessons can be learned, and how can these successes be replicated?

Addressing intellectual property challenges and opportunities in sustainable development: How can stakeholders in various fields collaborate to overcome obstacles and maximize the opportunities brought by intellectual property rights?

15:30 – 17:00

“Belt and Road” Green Investment Roundtable

(Eternal Hall, Changyan Hall, 1st Floor of BFA Dongyu Island Hotel)

Aligning with the climate strategies of “Belt and Road” countries, promoting green investment cooperation will effectively promote these countries and regions in responding to climate change and help them seize green development opportunities.

What are the main difficulties and challenges faced by “Belt and Road” countries in green investment and financing?

In terms of preparing for green projects in “Belt and Road” countries, what institutional construction should governments carry out?

How to establish and improve the green financial market infrastructure of “Belt and Road” countries to drive resources towards green low-carbon development?

How can various financial institutions leverage their respective advantages to provide patient capital, invest in green supply chains, and emerging technologies and industries?

15:30 – 16:45

Global Governance of Artificial Intelligence

(East Islet Banquet Hall A, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

The significant potential risks of AI systems have attracted high attention and active discussions from the international community. What principles should AI governance follow?

How can we ensure the safety and controllability of AI while harnessing its enormous growth potential? How can we achieve “AI for Good”?

How to promote the formation of a unified global governance framework and standard specifications for artificial intelligence?

Is there a need to establish an international organization for AI governance similar to the IAEA?

15:30 – 16:45

Convergent and Innovative Digital Economy

(East Islet Banquet Hall B, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Digital technology is fully integrating into various fields of economic and social development. How should governments and enterprises continue to promote the integrated development of the digital economy and the real economy?

While regulating the development of the digital economy, how can we further encourage innovation?

How to bridge the gap and ensure that the benefits of the digital economy reach more groups?

The private sector is an indispensable driving force for the development of the digital economy. What development strategies can private enterprises adopt to actively embrace the digital economy? What policies and environmental support are needed?

15:30 – 16:45

Building the Growth Centre of Asia

(East Islet Banquet Hall D, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Against the backdrop of slowing global economic recovery, Asia remains the locomotive and powerhouse of world economic growth.

How to better develop Asia into the growth center of the world economy?

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) has been in effect for more than two years, continuously releasing growth dividends. How to promote the upgrading of the RCEP mechanism to further stimulate regional development vitality?

How to optimize industrial chain and supply chain cooperation among Asian countries to enhance competitiveness and reduce external impacts?

16:15 – 17:45

China-Europe Entrepreneurs Dialogue

(East Islet Banquet Hall C, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Centre)

(Invited Guests Only)

17:00 – 18:00

Green Development: Illuminating the Future of Urban and Rural Areas

(Harmony Hall, 1st Floor of BFA Dongyu Island Hotel)

Human society is facing formidable challenges and realistic threats such as energy shortages, food crises, extreme weather, regional conflicts, poverty, inequality, green transformation, and inclusive development, which are global issues and challenges. Adapting to new situations through innovative changes and achieving green, inclusive sustainable development has become the general trend of world development today.

The United Nations’ 2030 Sustainable Development Goals aim at both urban and rural development as goals and as means to achieve social, economic, and environmental sustainable development. The international community has made various attempts in this regard.

Vigorous development of new quality productivity, addressing chronic issues in large cities, upgrading rural infrastructure, improving living environments, and achieving coordinated green and sustainable development between urban and rural areas are significant regional and global challenges.

17:15 – 18:30

Building a Community of Shared Future in the South China Sea

(East Islet Banquet Hall B, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Maintaining peace and stability in the South China Sea, promoting maritime cooperation in the region, is a common responsibility and vision of the countries around the South China Sea.

How can the countries around the South China Sea promote the building of a community of shared future in the South China Sea through the principle of consultation, joint contribution, and shared benefits in global governance?

How can the countries around the South China Sea set aside disputes and use marine environmental protection and blue economy cooperation as leverage to assist in regional ocean governance and cooperation?

17:15 – 18:30

Breakthroughs in the Real Economy

(East Islet Banquet Hall D, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Today, the real economy faces unprecedented challenges. In the new round of global competition, where will the real economy go and how will it break through?

How can enterprises enhance their technological innovation capabilities, stimulate new industries, models, and momentum, and create new growth points around the development of new quality productivity?

In an environment of insufficient overall demand and capital moving from the real to the virtual, which industrial policies and financial policies can better support the real economy?

How can the real economy and the digital economy and virtual economy better integrate and promote each other?

Faced with a market environment full of uncertainties, how can international politics’ interference in the real economy be minimized to ensure the resilience and stability of the real economy’s production and supply chains?

17:30- 18:45

Crossing Political Barriers to Address the Climate Crisis

(East Islet Banquet Hall A, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Climate change poses severe challenges and real threats to human survival and development. Addressing climate change should not become a bargaining chip in geopolitics or exacerbate trade barriers. Protecting the global ecological environment and strengthening international cooperation are urgent tasks.

How can countries overcome political obstacles, enhance policy coordination in addressing climate change, enhance cooperation in low-carbon development, and seek a harmonious coexistence between humanity and nature?

Different countries have different views on the division of responsibilities for climate change. How can consensus be reached while respecting differences, demonstrating the responsibility of major countries, and addressing the difficulties faced by developing or underdeveloped countries?

How can countries collaborate and complement each other in different areas of climate action?

18:00 – 20:00

Buffet Dinner

(Esplanade Western Restaurant, Asia Restaurant, 1st Floor of BFA Hotel)

19:00- 20:30

Joint Welcome Banquet

(Main Hall, 2nd Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

(Invited Guests Only)

20:00 – 21:30

Women’s Roundtable

(East Islet Banquet Hall C, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Centre)

(Invited Guests Only)

March 29 (Friday)

09:00- 10:15

Looking Forward to an Aging-Friendly Society

(East Island Banquet Hall A, Ground Floor, BFA International Conference Centre)

Actively addressing population aging and building an aging-friendly society is a common issue faced by many countries. How can social security, elderly care services, and health support systems be further improved?

What are the successful experiences worth promoting in successful aging-friendly cities and communities?

What are the new connotations of healthy aging? How can the elderly be better cared for to promote psychological well-being among the elderly population?

09:00- 10:15

Energy Low-carbon Transformation

(East Island Banquet Hall B, Ground Floor, BFA International Conference Centre)

In the process of energy low-carbon transformation, how can countries balance between breaking and establishing, combining their own resource endowments and development stages to achieve established goals?

The development process and prospects of wind energy, solar energy, hydrogen energy, and nuclear energy.

In the face of extreme weather conditions, do the current energy supply and power system have sufficient resilience?

09:00- 10:15

High-Quality Co-construction of the Belt and Road Initiative

(East Islet Banquet Hall D, 1st Floor of BFA International Conference Center)

Over the past decade, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has achieved fruitful results in deepening “hard connectivity” of infrastructure and enhancing “soft connectivity” in technology, standards, regulations, and operations. What are the key tasks in these two aspects for the next stage?

How to jointly build the Digital Silk Road, strengthen cooperation in technological innovation, digital economy, and inject new momentum into the economic transformation and industrial restructuring of participating countries?

09:00- 11:00

Financial Roundtable: Development of Asian Financial Markets and Financial Globalization

(Eyon Hall, Changle Hall, 1st Floor of BFA Dongyu Island Hotel)

Sound financial markets are essential guarantees for the economic development of a country or region. With the advancement of globalization, domestic financial markets are gradually becoming internationalized. While domestic financial markets absorb advanced products, technologies, laws, regulations, and experiences from international markets, they are also inevitably affected by international financial risks, especially short-term cross-border capital flows.

In the process of financial opening up, how to grasp the rhythm and intensity, improve the efficiency and capacity of financial resource allocation in a country, enhance international competitiveness and rule influence? How should financial market development handle the relationship between domestic and international globalization? With the accelerated pace of technological iteration, the emergence of various financial technologies and new formats has brought about what impacts on financial globalization? What challenges does it pose to regulators?

09:30- 11:00

Sub-Forum on Religious Harmony and Civilizational Exchange

(He Sheng Hall, 1st Floor of BFA Dongyu Island Hotel)

12:00 – 13:30

Buffet Lunch

(Western Restaurant and Asian Restaurant, 1st Floor of BFA Hotel)

14:00 – 15:30

Carbon Pricing, Carbon Markets, and Biodiversity Financing

(He Sheng Hall, 1st Floor of BFA Dongyu Island Hotel)

(Invitation Only)

Currently, most carbon pricing arrangements made by the world and Asian countries have failed to effectively cover the social costs of carbon, resulting in insufficient incentives for reallocating social resources towards green technologies and low-carbon production. There remains a significant gap in climate action and funding to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement.

How to calculate the social costs of carbon for high-carbon industries to assist decision-makers in considering reasonable and feasible carbon pricing?

What progress has been made in the construction of carbon markets in Asia, and how can mutual connectivity be achieved? What are the main difficulties and challenges?

How does the EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism affect export-oriented countries in Asia, and how can they better respond?

Various major economies in the world have proposed more ideas for biodiversity financing, including biodiversity credit markets. How should they be designed and constructed to support biodiversity protection and natural financing?

14:00 – 15:00

Closing Press Conference of the Annual Meeting

(Seagull Hall, Press Centre)

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