More than 200 former world leaders, representatives from business circles, experts and scholars attended the 2018 Imperial Springs International Forum. (Source: Southcn.com)
Organized by the Australia-China Friendship and Exchange Association, the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries and the People’s Government of Guangdong, the 2018 Imperial Springs International Forum was held in Guangzhou from December 10th to 11th.
More than 200 former world leaders, representatives from business circles, experts and scholars attended the forum and shared their ideas on “Advancing Reform and Opening-up, Promoting win-win cooperation”.
“Only cooperation can bring multilateral benefit to the world, not unilateralism,” said Jim Harrowell, Immediate Past President of the Australia-China Business Council (NSW). “Without the help from China, Australia would not have recovered from the economic crisis.”
Danilo Turk, former President of Slovenia also indicated that the all countries in the world should work together and seek appropriate means to solve the global challenges.
Former President of the Republic of Chile Ricardo Lagos added that every country in the world is interdependent, seeing it as impossible to live alone in a globalized environment.
“A win-win result comes from coexistence in the age of globalization,” he stressed.