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New global reality calls for new shared norms in world
xinhua ^ | 1/26/2011 | Xinhua writers Yang Jingzhong, Shang Jun

Posted on 01/31/2011 6:39:23 PM PST by FromLori

The 41st World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting started in the Swiss ski resort of Davos on Wednesday with the theme of "Shared Norms for the New Reality."

Over 2,500 leaders and elite from more than 100 countries are gathering here, representing business, government, civil society, academia and culture to address new global economic order and economic governance.

Four main topics for discussion this year are Responding to the New Reality, The Economic Outlook and Defining Policies for Inclusive Growth, Supporting the G20 Agenda, and Building a Risk Response Network sustainable.

Living in a world that is increasingly complex and interconnected, having or rebuilding shared norms is vital for the new reality of the global recovery.

As the WEF's official website said, "Such norms will need to transcend growing differences across generations, stakeholders and geographies in a multipolar world. For governments as well as corporations, shared norms provide the compass by which leaders give and receive direction, define benchmarks for acceptable and unacceptable behaviors, and ensure inclusive rather than exclusive outcomes."

The global economy has seen upturn in 2011, even though Europe is still under a cloud of sovereign-debt worries.

As the new economy has been unfolding and restructuring of the world economy has been speeded up, this year's Davos annual meeting will be of great significance on many levels.

"The shifts of political and economic power from West to East and from North to South, as well as the speed of technological innovation, have created a completely new reality," Forum founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab said.

"In Davos this year, instead of looking only at the aftershocks of the recent crisis, we will concentrate on defining the new reality and discuss which shared norms are required for making global cooperation possible in this new age," he said.

With the development of the Internet and information technology, global sharing of knowledge and technology becomes easier and faster, which also helps to reduce the gap between developed and underdeveloped nations.

For the past three years, the overwhelming global financial crisis has made all countries deeply realize they were all interconnected and interdependent to each other.

No single economy can expect to be immune from the impacts of other economies.

The world is in the process of interdependent globalization and all nations make their contributions together to the global stability and development based on wide common interests.

The world pattern has gradually changed, as the G20 is becoming a more noticeable player in global governance.

The global financial crisis makes the world realize it is impossible to solve global economic problems without the participation of developing countries.

This year in Davos, industry CEOs, government leaders, spiritual leaders and others will gather to analyze and elaborate on innovative ideas with common norms and principles that all countries share.

To achieve the fundamental goals of global economic governance, all parties ought to promote the world economy towards a balanced, universally beneficial and win-win direction.

In the current global reality, all countries should share and comply with such principal norms.

First, they should strengthen solidarity and coordination and broaden win-win economic cooperation.

The sustained development of the multi-polar tendency and economic globalization has further deepened mutual reliance.

As we can see, in the fight against the financial crisis, global climate change, or avian flu, no country can win one of these battles alone.

Emerging and developing countries should regard the improvement of national comprehensive strength as a major strategy, take more active actions in international affairs, and improve world economic governance mechanism.

For the first time, Davos this year has set the plan of supporting and developing the G20 agenda as the annual highlights, which indicates the importance of the G20 in forming a new world economic order.

At the same time, the G20 has been determined as the most promising new organization that dictates the future of the multi-country management model.

Second, the requirement of constructing multiple modern standards is required.

China, India, Russia and Brazil, as major emerging countries, have successfully established a diversified development unique to their economic models.

The sustainability of these models has been tested and proved in the global financial crisis. The constant development of the emerging countries is significant to helping the world continue to enhance the building-up of multi-level and multi-dimensional communities of interests.

Third, compared to developed countries, developing countries are still lagging behind. Therefore, the international community, particularly developed countries, should take concrete responsibility to help developing countries, especially African countries, overcome difficulties, and improve external environment for the long-term development in the future.

Last but not the least, all involved parties should continue to support an open and multilateral trade system and coordinating development of different areas.

The growth of the free trade market is bound to promote the speed and breadth of economic development. In the current situation, countries should unswervingly push forward free trade, eliminate unnecessary trade protection measures, and recognize the market economy status of developing countries.

These approaches are consequential to expand cooperation, create a good growing economic environment, and achieve mutual benefit and win-win results.

To pull out the world from the current crisis and achieve sustainable economic growth, developed and developing countries have to make concerted efforts.

Developed countries should continue to develop their technological advantages and innovation capability, strengthen banking and financial regulation, and improve market mechanisms.

As for emerging economies and developing countries, they must curb inflation and improve irrational economic structure, but meanwhile they must use their multiple advantages to help the world ride out of the downturn.


TOPICS: Business/Economy; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: china; economy; globalization

1 posted on 01/31/2011 6:39:29 PM PST by FromLori
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To: FromLori

Huh?


2 posted on 01/31/2011 6:42:26 PM PST by GeronL (http://www.stink-eye.net/forum/index.php)
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To: GeronL

Don’t you just love all that global governance talk?


3 posted on 01/31/2011 6:43:12 PM PST by FromLori (FromLori">)
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To: FromLori

..too bad we didn’t have honest and credible Government in America as global leaders....they want us to be mideasterners or Aficans.... not Americans! And they will bankrupt us to prove it!!


4 posted on 01/31/2011 6:43:49 PM PST by himno hero
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To: FromLori

soon we will have shared values with the outside world....Zimbabwe!


5 posted on 01/31/2011 6:45:03 PM PST by himno hero
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To: FromLori

not particularly

I’m starting to think these freaks mean it

/s


6 posted on 01/31/2011 6:45:29 PM PST by GeronL (http://www.stink-eye.net/forum/index.php)
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To: FromLori

” shared norms in world “

Another reason to be glad my name isn’t ‘Norm’....


7 posted on 01/31/2011 6:45:43 PM PST by Uncle Ike (Rope is cheap, and there are lots of trees...)
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To: FromLori

You’d think Norm would have a say in this?


8 posted on 01/31/2011 6:46:48 PM PST by Navy Patriot (Sarah and the Conservatives will rock your world.)
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To: Uncle Ike

No kidding, Norm needs his ass kicked.


9 posted on 01/31/2011 6:47:41 PM PST by cripplecreek (Remember the River Raisin! (look it up))
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To: FromLori
This is precisely the same kind of baby-talk that comes out of United Nations commission meetings, or the State Department. High-sounding nonsense to hypnotize the gullible while someone else comes behind and picks your pocket.

The thing is... it's not even a particularly clever or talented line of Bull, either. It's just nonsense. Jabberwocky!

10 posted on 01/31/2011 6:50:33 PM PST by Prospero (non est ad astra mollis e terris via)
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To: FromLori
global climate change,

(sighs...rolleyes)

I could use some global climate change right now.

11 posted on 01/31/2011 6:50:39 PM PST by Darren McCarty (We should lead ourselves instead of looking for leaders)
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To: himno hero

“soon we will have shared values with the outside world....Zimbabwe!’

I think that’s the plan we all end up sharing the misery like they do in the other third world cess pools


12 posted on 01/31/2011 6:50:46 PM PST by FromLori (FromLori">)
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To: cripplecreek

He still wouldn’t be normal...


13 posted on 01/31/2011 6:50:59 PM PST by himno hero
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To: FromLori

“the international community, particularly developed countries, should take concrete responsibility to help developing countries, especially African countries, overcome difficulties, and improve external environment for the long-term development in the future”

I say effem.

FU WEF

FU PRC

FU Turd World


14 posted on 01/31/2011 6:51:55 PM PST by BenLurkin (This post is not a statement of fact. It is merely a personal opinion -- or humor -- or both)
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To: FromLori

its first share the wealth,
draw us down, and

then share the misery.

We do not have all that much in common with them. We are the inventors and innovators......

they can keep their korans, red books and das kapitals

America needs to be America again and not Kendonesians.


15 posted on 01/31/2011 6:54:20 PM PST by himno hero
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To: FromLori

This simply means using the force of the international ‘community’ to override our Constitution. That’s why I say, MAKE WAR!!


16 posted on 01/31/2011 6:54:39 PM PST by Track9 (Make War!!)
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To: FromLori

That is just about the scariest thing I have read in the last three weeks. It is all coming together for the global communists, isn’t it?

How long before the democrats start talking of multi-partisanship instead of bi-partisanship? After all...we MUST give voice to every tin pot commie,code pink anarchist and Islamist fascist in the world...don’t we? You know they hate us because we are rich and all.

Better yet...let’s appoint the most muslims ever to our government and executive branch(like Obama has done btw..google it)!

Better yet...let’s just give up the ghost of capitalism and accomplishment by our own hands altogether...it’s so bourgeous and an anti-multipolar, bi-polar disorder anyway.....lol!


17 posted on 01/31/2011 6:55:49 PM PST by penelopesire (Let The Congressional Hearings Begin!)
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To: Darren McCarty

lol and China’s really the ones to talk about global warming and can you imagine a New World Order with the hard core commies in charge? Our liberal commies are bad enough. But I guess for them if they’re making money even off our stimulus for wind power they will roll with it.


18 posted on 01/31/2011 6:56:20 PM PST by FromLori (FromLori">)
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To: FromLori

That LEDs is a perfect example of the vapidity of our ruling (cl)asses.


19 posted on 01/31/2011 6:59:39 PM PST by Da Coyote
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To: penelopesire
It is all coming together for the global communists

Dividing the spoils.
20 posted on 01/31/2011 7:01:41 PM PST by cripplecreek (Remember the River Raisin! (look it up))
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To: FromLori
Shared norms: global elitists will hob-nob, nibble caviar, and preach climate change and "sustainability" on the backs of everyone else they try so hard to keep down.

In the end, they'll grow old and die like everyone else.

21 posted on 01/31/2011 7:04:03 PM PST by DTogo (High time to bring back the Sons of Liberty !!)
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To: FromLori

Whenever this “shared values” talk comes up, it inevitably means we in the U.S. adopt the values of the third world dung-heaps of the world.


22 posted on 01/31/2011 7:14:56 PM PST by YankeeReb
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To: cripplecreek

“Dividing the spoils.’

Well...good thing that some of us are hedging our bets with gold and lead.

I told my husband the other night, that if push comes to shove and our country becomes locked in the death grip between communism and freedom..that he would have to say goodbye to me. I will be on the front lines...fighting for freedom with my very last breath.

‘Communism sucks’.....to rip off the community organizers ‘suck slogans’....lol


23 posted on 01/31/2011 7:15:53 PM PST by penelopesire (Let The Congressional Hearings Begin!)
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To: FromLori

They either hired someone from the UN to come up with this double talk agenda, or the faculty from the local sociology department.


24 posted on 01/31/2011 7:18:37 PM PST by RightGeek (FUBO and the donkey you rode in on)
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To: YankeeReb

Globalization is just grand isn’t it? We are losing our sovereignty bit by bit through those trade deals not to mention the loss of jobs and helping to build up the commies army’s and weaponry all at the same time.

Samuelson: China’s new world order

http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/2011/jan/27/tdopin02-samuelson-chinas-new-world-order-ar-801389/


25 posted on 01/31/2011 7:23:28 PM PST by FromLori (FromLori">)
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To: FromLori

Oooohhh - female excisions for all.

Burkhas for all.

Stonings in your nearby park.

Diversity is our strength.


26 posted on 01/31/2011 8:01:38 PM PST by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is essential to examine principles,)
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To: FromLori

The cost of admission to this swanky event for a group of 5 was $605,000 membership fee.


27 posted on 01/31/2011 8:05:22 PM PST by griswold3 (We defend conservatism by our very way of life.)
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To: penelopesire

“Better yet...let’s appoint the most muslims ever to our government and executive branch(like Obama has done btw..google it)!”

you are a downer, makes 100% sense, thank you for the info


28 posted on 01/31/2011 8:05:46 PM PST by himno hero
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To: griswold3

I wonder who payed for barney frank to go?

The Difference Between Ron Paul as Monetary Policy Chairman and Barney Frank

http://www.economicpolicyjournal.com/2011/01/difference-between-ron-paul-as-monetary.html


29 posted on 01/31/2011 8:24:51 PM PST by FromLori (FromLori">)
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To: GeronL
"Such norms will need to transcend growing differences across generations, stakeholders and geographies in a multipolar world. For governments as well as corporations, shared norms provide the compass by which leaders give and receive direction, define benchmarks for acceptable and unacceptable behaviors, and ensure inclusive rather than exclusive outcomes."

I'll bet the hookers in Davos just swoon with delight when the policy wonks whisper such sweet nothings in their ears.

30 posted on 01/31/2011 8:32:37 PM PST by ProtectOurFreedom
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To: ProtectOurFreedom

Talking about nothing is what turns “diplomats” on


31 posted on 01/31/2011 8:35:46 PM PST by GeronL (http://www.stink-eye.net/forum/index.php)
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To: FromLori

That is one heaping helping of globalist gobbledygook.


32 posted on 01/31/2011 8:40:24 PM PST by dennisw (- - - -He who does not economize will have to agonize - - - - - Confucius)
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To: FromLori; All

Sounds like the Free Trade Communist Globalists want more Free Trade Communist Globalism because Free Trade Communist Globalism has failed....and to be successful....we need more Free Trade Communist Globalism.

The only bigger idiots in Davos are the ones that post on here supporting them....the ones that cry about “isolationism and protectionism” all the time

Anytime Free Trader Communist Globalists want more Globalism...its bad for America


33 posted on 01/31/2011 9:34:23 PM PST by UCFRoadWarrior (Michelle Bachmann would make an excellent President)
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To: FromLori

Davos chicom spin........


34 posted on 01/31/2011 9:35:57 PM PST by indthkr
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To: FromLori
Here's ya shared norm.

Dirtbags.

I refuse to give up exceptionalizm or the ideology of capitalism and entrepreneuralism. I don't care what the Puppetmaster’s are espousing.

35 posted on 01/31/2011 9:39:24 PM PST by MWestMom (Tread carefully, truth lies here.)
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To: FromLori

Sure. Over their dead bodies.


36 posted on 01/31/2011 10:16:38 PM PST by Noumenon ("We should forgive our enemies, but not before they are hanged.")
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To: FromLori
""The shifts of political and economic power from West to East and from North to South, as well as the speed of technological innovation, have created a completely new reality," Forum founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab said...we will concentrate on defining the new reality and discuss which shared norms are required..."

...little psychosis there, perhaps.


37 posted on 02/01/2011 6:40:24 PM PST by familyop (cbt. engr. (cbt), NG, '89-' 96, Duncan Hunter or no-vote.)
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