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AMNC 2024: What to know about Day 3

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Here's everything you need to know about Day 3 of AMNC 24

Here's everything you need to know about Day 3 of AMNC 24

Gayle Markovitz
Acting Head, Written and Audio Content, World Economic Forum
This article is part of: Annual Meeting of the New Champions
  • The Annual Meeting of the New Champions takes place in Dalian, People's Republic of China, from 25-27 June 2024.
  • It brings together more than 1,600 global leaders, from the public and private sectors, as well as civil society and international organizations.
  • Here's everything you need to know about Day 3 of AMNC 24

Here's what you need to know about Day 3 of AMNC 24. From the latest on the Chinese economy to the impact of emerging technologies on growth, we'll wrap up the Annual Meeting of the New Champions.

Continued collaboration, as the meeting comes to a close, will be vital to ensuring the world enters into a period of sustained progress. China's economic outlook is a global story, with its green technology development particularly key to ensuring developing nations have access.

While tariffs, trade restrictions and protectionism dominate global politics, in practice decoupling is better described as 're-coupling' - where the connections find alternative routes.

Have you read?

Explore the meeting's themes

This year's meeting takes place under six key themes:

Sessions to watch

Here's a look at some of today's top sessions. You can see the programme in full here.

All times are local to China (GMT+8)

Whether its role in the Global South or the impact of Chinese technology on developing countries and the green transition, the country's economy will continue to have a significant impact on a global level.


As interest in technologies such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing and biotechnology shifts from early investment to application, what will that mean for growth?

Get the key insights, conclusions and next steps from AMNC24.

Some background reading and watching

China and Africa's relations are entering a new era, writes Chido Munyati, with China's private sector likely to lead trade and investment.

The green transition of the building value chain could release $1.8 trillion in market opportunities, according to a new Forum report. Learn more here.

What to expect from future growth? Listen to our Agenda Dialogues episode.


This year's summer Davos in pictures.

Check out our round-up blogs to remind yourself of what happened on Day 1 and Day 2 or watch our highlights video from Day 2.

Deep dive into the energy transition with our explainer video or read our Fostering Effective Energy Transition report.

Explore the meeting's themesSessions to watchSome background reading and watching

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