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Geraci on CCTV Dialogue calls for a European Union to stick to economic cooperation only and to re-think grand plans for momentary and political integration. That is break up of the Euro. He also hopes that Angela Merkel loses elections next year. Today,Pope Francesco proclaimed the International Day of Peace and Geraci reminded CCTV audience that the life of an Italian, a German, a Chinese are all equally worthy regardless of religion, colour and nationalitynglish language.
Geraci on CCTV Dialogue discusses the importance of enhancing mutual understanding of cultures in order to enhance China-EU relationship. He strongly emphasised the need for cross cultural learning to start at early age, high school or even earlier. Without such early exposure, university students fail to grasp the differences and the challenges. In other words, starting at University is too late.
The RMB is now officially part of the SDR basket. Until couple of years ago, many people in China, including finance experts, had never heard of SDR. The big question is now, “What is the direction of causality between RMB Internationalisation and importance of SDR”. In other words, will the accession to SDR push for more reforms so that RMB internationalization may progress faster? Or, could it be that, since even the RMB is in the basket, the importance of the SDR will be declining, from already pretty much insignificant levels? Geraci was guest on CCTV Dialogue to discuss with issues, together with Xiang Songzuo.
Geraci was a guest for Al Jazeera TV to discuss Mao's legacy in today's China. He thinks today's China is totally different from China in 1950. China is today 70% capitalist and 30% socialist. He divides Chinese people into two groups. The older people and the younger people. The people who are older have benefits from the last thirty year's economic reform. They do have memory, but they don't think much about Mao. The people who are younger have never suffered as they parents and grandparents did, so they are also not very interested in knowing what happing in the past. He divides Chinese people into two groups. The older people and the younger people. The people who are older have benefits from the last thirty year's economic reform. They do have memory, but they don't think much about Mao. The people who are younger have never suffered as they parents and grandparents did, so they are also not very interested in knowing what happing in the past.

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