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China could take some advice from the U.S. including calls for a more flexible exchange rate and opening up sectors of the economy, says Jiming Ha of CF40.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said the country will "significantly broaden" market access among other measures.
Alex Gorsky, CEO of Johnson & Johnson, said he hoped to work with U.S. and Chinese government officials to find the right path forward.
"The new rule of success is to co-develop in China," says Laurent Guyot of Thales China. "It's to generate technology from China together with Chinese partners."
There is much China can do to let its people enjoy the fruits of growth and technological development, said Takehiko Nakao, president of the Asian Development Bank.
Novartis CEO Vasant Narasimhan said the drugmaker would maintain its timeline for the decision of an Alcon spin-off.
Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO of Zurich-based ABB, said both China and the United States are crucial markets for the company.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Christopher Pissarides said the U.S. failed to take care of its people who lost out during the past decades of open trade.
"Valuations are extremely high, higher than you can actually justify based on fundamentals," Allianz CEO Oliver Bate told CNBC.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen said he had reservations about whether North Korea would actually get rid of all its nuclear weapons.
A ramp up in U.S.-China trade tensions would immediately result in an economic crisis, according to Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller.
The issue is fundamentally tied to savings in the U.S., the economist told CNBC at the annual China Development Forum.
It was "fair" that Facebook took time to look into the allegations surrounding British consultancy Cambridge Analytica given how complex the issue is, said Martin Sorrell, CEO and founder of advertising group WPP.
China presents a major opportunity for global insurers as the rapidly growing economy opens up amid low insurance penetration rates, said Manulife's president and CEO.
Tariffs could see U.S. interest rates rise at a faster-than-expected clip, according to Societe Generale Chairman Lorenzo Bini Smaghi.
Summers said the Trump steel tariffs are positioned to hurt more workers within the U.S. than they could help.
Rohit Kulkarni, managing director and head of research at Sharespost, says investors in Meituan Dianping should take a long-term view as the stock is likely to remain loss-making until late 2019.
China was currently facing "greater difficulties" in keeping its economy stable, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday.
The decision to grant a waiver to Element Electronics of Winnsboro, South Carolina, led the firm to reverse its previously announced decision to close its plant, which employs more than 130 people, in the face of looming tariffs.
The escalating trade spat between the United States and China is impacting the autos sector with car-makers finding it tough to plan longer-term projects, Martin Daum told CNBC.
Italy's coalition government looks like it will be sticking to European fiscal rules but tense relations and rivalries are fast developing within the cabinet.
Many of these rising companies are cash rich and maintaining top positions in their respective industries is more important to them, HKEX's Charles Li told CNBC.