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“Some Features of China’s Capital Markets” Seminar

On May 17 and 18, DTU hosted a seminar entitled “Some Features of China’s Capital Markets”. Professor Liu Xiao Wei from St. Ambrose University in the USA, Dr. Ha Thi Nhu Hang, Vice-Dean of the DTU International School, DTU lecturers and students of Business Administration, Accounting and the International School attended. 
Professor Liu Xiao Wei 

Professor Liu Xiao Wei has taught and researched in Finance, specializing in areas such as actual asset cost and corporate and international finance for many years. His work has been highly praised at international seminars and widely published in financial journals. He talked about the unique features, opportunities and challenges of China’s capital markets.
Professor Wei said: “Reform policies made by Deng Xiaoping marked a strong change and accelerated the development of China’s economy thirty years ago. Since then, China has been ranked as one of the world fastest growing economies. Gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of ten-percent from 1978 to 2013. In 2010, China overtook Japan to become the world’s second largest economy, after the United States”.  

Professor Wei gave a brief overview of St. Ambrose University.  Located in the center of Davenport, Iowa, the university is large and well-known. Students develop intellectually, socially and physically, to enrich their own lives and the lives of others. DTU and St Ambrose University signed a partnership agreement in 2016.

Tran Thi Xuan Tram, a first year Business Administration student from the International School, said: “The seminar was informative and interesting. It provided me with special information and helped to improve my English. I would like to thank DTU for providing us with such a dynamic study environment.” 

(Media Center)