From December 19 to 20, the China premiere of the third global manufacturing and industrialization Summit (GMIS) was broadcast to the Chinese industry audience in the studio of China industry daily, with a total of 136800 people watching the event online. The premiere in China was exclusively introduced and translated by China Federation of industrial economics, the global strategic partner of the summit. More than ten domestic mainstream media, such as people's daily, Xinhua, Guangming, and globegroup, released news reports.
China Federation of industrial economics introduces and translates the third global manufacturing and industrialization Summit (GMIS) premiere in China
At this GMIS summit, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the United Arab Emirates government joined hands with the Hanover Industrial Fair in Germany to invite the global political and business elites again to discuss the future development roadmap of global manufacturing industry. Secretary General Guterres of the United Nations, Li Yong, director general of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Zhao Houlin, Secretary General of the International Telecommunication Union, five heads of state, more than a dozen government ministers and dozens of presidents of the world's top multinational companies gathered on the line for a summit dialogue.
Dr. Johann kochler, chairman of the board of directors of Hannover exhibition company, delivered a welcome speech to the summit. "The Hannover industrial exposition was planned to be held at the same time as the global summit on manufacturing and industrialization, which should have been a perfect combination. However, it is a great pity that the summit has turned online due to the impact of the epidemic. " "After two days of online communication, I believe that we will have a clearer understanding of the future and will respond to the challenges of the times with new ideas, new impetus and new methods," he said in his speech
Welcome speech by Dr. Johann kochler, chairman of the board of directors of Hannover exhibition company
At the opening ceremony, Bader olama, chairman of the Organizing Committee of the global manufacturing and industrialization summit, Antonio Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations, Dr. Sultan Jabir, Minister of industry and advanced technology of the United Arab Emirates, and Li Yong, director general of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, delivered speeches respectively.
In recent years, President Omar Bader pointed out that in recent years, he has been further troubled by the factors of geopolitics and global reality, such as the blurring of geopolitics and the current global reality. We have to find a balance between maintaining an efficient and competitive supply chain and ensuring that local production capacity is adjustable. In addition, bridging inequality through digital means and addressing climate change has become the primary task of mankind.
Speech by Bader olama, chairman of the Organizing Committee of the global summit on manufacturing and industrialization
In his speech, UN Secretary General Guterres said that we have seen the leap forward development of digital technology in learning, work and communication. Technology can help us resume business activities, improve productivity and safety, and strengthen the construction of critical infrastructure, leading us to a cleaner and more resilient world. Green and efficient technologies can reduce current emissions by more than 70%. Rapid and bold measures are needed to achieve worldwide carbon neutrality by 2050.
Address by Antonio Guterres, Secretary General of the United Nations
In his speech, the Minister of UAE, Dr. Sultan Jabir, stressed that in the face of global shocks, the UAE believes that advanced technology will play an important role in protecting and strengthening the global supply chain. The United Arab Emirates has long recognized the potential of technology to promote industrial development, and is the first country in the world to establish an artificial intelligence department. The core task of this department is to enhance national competitiveness, enhance economic resilience, use technological breakthroughs to improve industrial performance, further promote the integration of industries, and build long-term domestic value by accelerating economic diversification. By embracing technology, the UAE will foster a knowledge-based economic model and create an ecosystem that can support and create sustainable jobs, releasing greater value potential in advantageous industries.
Speech by Dr. Sultan Jaber, Minister of industry and advanced technology, UAE
Li Yong, director general of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, delivered a speech as co chairman of the summit. He pointed out that at this unusual moment, it is particularly important to ensure that the international community maintains a clear judgment. The fourth industrial revolution affects the whole human society, and no country can control this trend alone. It is hoped that governments, multilateral institutions, the private sector, research institutions and civil society will actively establish multi participation partnerships to jointly shape an inclusive and sustainable fourth industrial revolution. This is the original intention of the GMIS summit jointly organized by the organization.
Speech by Li Yong, director general of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Subsequently, Denis manturov, Minister of industry and trade of the Russian Federation And Elise winkmeyer Beck, Minister of state of the Ministry of economy and energy of Germany, delivered keynote speeches on behalf of the host governments of the last and the current summit respectively.
Speech by Denis mantulov, Minister of industry and trade of the Russian Federation
Speech by Elise winkmeyer Beck, Minister of state of the Ministry of economy and energy of Germany
During the one-and-a-half-day summit discussion, many important speakers focused on "manufacturing industry rejuvenation, getting ready to go", "reshaping post epidemic world prosperity" and "digital restoration era". How to adjust economic objectives to cope with post epidemic changes "Global robot industry in post epidemic era", "new industrial revolution enhances manufacturing resilience", "global localization: from global to local?" In depth discussions were held on such topics as "the challenge of policy makers: leading the economy out of recession", "challenging the limits of medical, telecommunications and education industries: rebirth after a disaster", "future energy: the time to develop clean energy" and "towards a sustainable hydrogen energy industry, shaping a new industrial value chain". Nan Cunhui, chairman of Zhejiang Zhengtai Group and vice president of China Federation of industrial economics, and Zhou Mingcheng, vice president of public and government affairs department of Huawei Technology Co., Ltd., respectively made a speech on "global localization: from global to local?" And "challenging the limits of healthcare, telecommunications and education: Rebirth" on behalf of Chinese enterprises.
Nan Cunhui, chairman of Zhejiang Zhengtai Group and vice president of China Federation of industrial economics, made a speech on "global localization: from global to local?" Link speech
Speech for Mr. Zhou Mingcheng, vice president of public and government affairs department of Technology Co., Ltd., at "challenging the limits of medical, telecommunication and education industries: rebirth after disaster"
Caroline Freud, global director of finance, competitiveness and innovation, World Bank Group, delivered a keynote address on "past, present and future of global value chains". Through the analysis of history and current situation, she judged that the future global value chain may accelerate the development in three aspects. The first is technology, which is expected to lead the global supply chain into the next boom. In the future, we may see an increase in trade in services and other technology areas that can reduce the cost of cross-border trade, including automation and 3D printing technology. The second aspect is sustainable development, including the use of renewable energy, energy reuse and recycling, energy conservation and waste reduction. The last aspect is global cooperation, covering a wide range of areas, including health care, trade and investment, standard setting, regulatory work, information sharing, domestic resource pooling and debt management.
Speech by Caroline Freud, global director of finance, competitiveness and innovation, World Bank Group
As an international front-line dialogue platform aimed at shaping the future of manufacturing industry, each summit will put forward a heritage initiative which is intended to truly affect the world. Bader olama, chairman of the Organizing Committee of the GMIS summit, announced at the end of the summit that a new initiative called "green chain" would be launched, that is, to ensure the use of green energy to produce green products and to purchase green products with green currency. "Green chain" will crowdsource renewable energy projects using the technology of the fourth industrial revolution to create a greener earth. The initiative will bring together all stakeholders, from governments to industries that produce green products, to consumers who will buy them, covering all countries. Bader olama expressed the hope that this would be the right way for global industrial decarbonization.
Bader olama, chairman of the Organizing Committee of the global summit on manufacturing and industrialization, announced the heritage initiative
During the last session of the China premiere of the summit, Pittsburgh mayor bill biduto and Bosch's director of engineering and R & D, Christopher Martin, held a discussion on "from industry 4.0 to society 5.0: artificial intelligence for a sustainable future" under the chairmanship of British news anchor Declan Corey How did Pittsburgh rise again from the Great Depression of deindustrialization in 1980s and 1990s relying on artificial intelligence and advanced manufacturing.
"From industry 4.0 to society 5.0: artificial intelligence for a sustainable future"
Finally, Namir hurani, executive director of GMIS, delivered a brief closing speech for the summit, announcing that the fourth summit will be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA next year.
Namir hulani, executive director of GMIS summit, delivered a closing speech
China China China China theme Symposium novel coronavirus pneumonia, which is jointly sponsored by the China Industrial Economic Cooperation and summit organizing committee, is facing the challenge of the new crown pneumonia epidemic: strengthening the global industrial chain supply chain "China ring". The special program that was first released in China was launched at the same time at 20 a.m. on the morning of 9, and was launched in the China Summit. Haier, Shanghai Zhenhua heavy industry and Yuanda, three representative Chinese manufacturing enterprises that have been deeply involved in internationalization for many years, share their business development experience under the epidemic situation, and jointly provide suggestions for China manufacturing to cope with the challenges of global industrial chain reconstruction. Zhao Xiaolei, director of the investment and Technology Promotion Office of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (Shanghai, China), presided over the meeting. The China themed seminar was launched globally through the GMIS Summit on December 15, with the office of investment and technology promotion of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization as a special partner.
Novel coronavirus pneumonia challenge: strengthening the global industry chain supply chain "China ring" seminar
The China Federation of industrial economics released a series of news reports on the premiere of the third GMIS summit in China.