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Does anybody remember the first world economic summit at Rambouillet in November 1975? It was the G6 meeting, discussing 15 points and coming up with an 1,100 word communique. The #G20 is much more complex nowadays, but is it too much to work properly? Read the column by Henrik Müller. http://bit.ly/2d2Hibv

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In our new blog post, Hermann Erdmann, CEO of REDISA, explains what it takes to create a circular economy and how producers must take responsibility for their products and the environment. 

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The Global Economic Symposium 2016, initially scheduled for October in Istanbul, has been postponed due to current events in Turkey. “We thank our Turkish partners for their engagement and look forward to keeping them involved with the GES process of global problem-solving”, Dennis Snower, President of the Kiel Institute and the GES, said.

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We take it for granted that things work the way they used to work. Yet, that is a challenge especially for growing cities to keep it like that. Imagine for example what it takes for Chinese cities to solve only one of many problems: In 2020 about 50 bn parcels are going to be delivered - in 2015 it was "only" 20 bn. How to deliver them, recycle the boxes etc. in a sustainable way? Learn more about what it takes for cities to be ready for the future. ‪#‎gesym16‬

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"Creating Comprehensive Value" is the overarching theme of the ‪#‎gesym16‬, which is held in Istanbul, Turkey, October 25-27. You can find more details on the individual topics and planned sessions in our preview document.

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How should we interpret China's change in their exchange rate policy? Is this a sign of a crisis? We asked #RolfLanghammer about his view on China's recent decline in foreign currency reserves. #China #gesym16

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The #GES2016 is taking place in Istanbul, Turkey, 25-27 October 2016. Learn more about the topics and sessions planned for this year's symposium. On our website, you can find all the details:

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Why is the #GES different from other conferences? Participants from the past years explain their view on why the Global Economic Symposium stands out from the others.

http://blog.global-economic-symposium.org/what-makes-the-ges-special/
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The Global Economic Symposium wishes you a Happy New Year!
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The Global Economic Symposium wishes you Happy Holidays!
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