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Lujiazui Forum starts next week

THE two-day Lujiazui Forum in Shanghai will gather central bank governors, financial regulators, and experts from home and abroad to discuss regulatory reforms and financial support for the economy, organizers of the forum said today.

China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan will be the co-chair of the forum along with Shanghai mayor Ying Yong this year.

Other central bank governors from some BRICKS countries will also participate as the forum coincides with the conclusion of a BRICKS central bank governor conference in Shanghai, said Sun Hui, deputy director of the Shanghai headquarters of the People's Bank of China.

The governors will be among the more than 400 guests to participate in the forum, of whom 47 will deliver speeches on topics across financial reforms, One Belt One Road initiatives, Shanghai's endeavors in supporting technology and innovation, and cross-segment financial regulations.

High-level guests also include officials from China's banking, insurance, securities and foreign exchange regulators, monetary authorities and experts from South Africa, Macau, Hong Kong, Singapore, and India, and officials from domestic and foreign financial institutions.

The two-day Lujiazui Forum will open on June 20.


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