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January 21, 2021 Thursday 05:31:22 PM IST

Peking University academics visits Beijing Representative Office of World Bank

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Professor Qin Xuezheng, deputy dean of the School of Economics at Peking University, led a delegation to visit the Beijing Representative Office of World Bank last month. Sebastian Eckardt, lead economist and program leader for China, warmly welcomed the representatives. Wu Zenan, assistant to dean of the School of Economics, and Lu Jiao, deputy director of the Office of International Relations at Peking University, accompanied the delegation.

Peking University and the World Bank have maintained long-term friendly exchanges, and it is a collective wish that both sides can cooperate on talent cooperation and joint research, so as to further enhance the bilateral exchanges. The two parties conducted in-depth discussions on possible ways of cooperation and reached a preliminary cooperation consensus.


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