, the world’s top in the feast of the Davos forum, Alibaba group chairman of the board Ma and CNBC reporter Andrew · Ross · Sorkin (Andrew Ross Sorkin) launched a dialogue open up a fresh outlook.
Sorkin is the famous media people in the United states. He is the "New York Times" chief correspondent and financial columnist, the U.S. CNBC TV Squawk Box host. As "too big to fail" (Too Big Too Fail) author of the book, Sorkin reveals to the reader how Lehman is a step by step way out from the off, regulators is how to choose between "politically correct" baffel, investment banks and how to protect themselves in insecure environment.
during the Davos forum, I also had the honor to witness the peak showdown".
Ma and Trump who see who
January 10, 2017 morning, MA in Trumpt tower, New York, and U.S. President Trump met to exchange.
Sorkin’s first question from the meeting cut – "this meeting is in the end who take the initiative to find who?"
Ma Yun’s answer is also quite interesting: "one day, someone asked me: do you want to meet with the president elect, I said, really, I’m not ready, I don’t know what to talk about. After a few days, and received several requests. I thought maybe I should talk about it, at least Trump might be happy with what I said, so I went."
although there is no positive response, Ma has explained that the Trump team is actively looking for me.
how to treat the "anti globalization" wave?
of course, referring to Trump, "trade war" seems to be a problem that can never be avoided. So how does Ma look at the current anti globalization tide it?
in his view, globalization to benefit all countries, but in recent years is indeed facing some problems, which is also a test of the ability of governments to deal with.
he replied: "first of all, in the United States freedom of speech, he can say anything he wants to say, I respect and understand. But I also have their own views, we will not debate the Sino US trade, manipulation of these, but we reached a consensus: small and medium enterprises, the development of the Midwest, to help local farmers and SMEs export to china. We will not talk about the loss of jobs in the United States to Mexico, China, etc.."
he also shared some of the more in-depth view of globalization. "When I graduated from college 30 years ago, we were told that the United States had a good strategy of outsourcing jobs to Mexico, China, and outsourcing services