In the afternoon of March 27, 2017, the VEPR’s Chinese Economic Studies Program (VCES), the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) of the Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP) organized the Seminar on Chinese Economic and Strategic Research No.17 titled “Decreasing trend of the US dollar dependency and regionalization of RMB”.
Speaker of Seminar on Chinese Economic and Strategic Research No.17 is Dr. Nguyen Cam Nhung – University of Economics and Business – Viet Nam National University.
Participants of the seminar were experts, leading scholars and researchers in the fields of economics, politics, and diplomacy from many prestigious research institutions, lecturers and students from universities, and reporters from media agencies, etc.
In the beginning, Mr. Nghiem Tuan Hung, Director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies under IWEP (CISS) and Dr. Pham Sy Thanh – Director of VEPR’s Chinese Economic Studies Program (VCES) gave the opening remarks.
Seminar on Chinese Economic and Strategic Research No. 17 is in the series of seminars on Chinese Economic and Strategic Research, which is organized bimonthly with the purpose of opening a forum for international and national researchers to present their research findings, and creating a network for academic exchanges regarding diplomatic, security, social and political issues in relations with China.
After the opening remark, Dr. Nguyen Cam Nhung presented her research with the following focus: (1) The International role of USD dollar in the 2000 – 2016 period; (2) Research method and results of Frankel and Wei Empirical Model (1994) to investigate the decreasing trend of the US dollar dependency in the East Asia (3) Evaluate the opportunity and challenge of the regionalization of RMB in the East Asia (4) Conclusion and recommendations for Viet Nam.
There are many experts gave their opinions in the discussion session which went fruitful.