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第五届对非投资论坛:利用伙伴关系助力非洲经济体的经济多元化与创造就业

2019年9月10-12日

刚果布拉柴维尔

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  • 经济多元化和创造就业对非洲大陆的未来至关重要。过去20年非洲大多数国家的经济呈现增长,但驱动力主要来自大宗商品的繁荣。非洲拥有全世界最年轻、增长最快的人口,2030年人口将达到13亿,每月需要创造100万个工作岗位才能满足与日俱增的需求。

    第五届对非投资论坛将探讨如何以最佳方式支持非洲国家的经济多元化和创造就业,总结已取得的进展和成就,规划前进的道路。与会代表将有机会分享如何利用私人部门投资与公共部门相互配合提振经济活力,创造就业机会。

    论坛将围绕五个专题展开讨论: 

    • 人力资本开发

    • 数字经济与创新

    • 公私伙伴关系与投资环境

    • 工业化与全球价值链

    • 气候智能型能源解决方案

    对非投资论坛创立于2015年,是一个开展多边合作以促进对非投资机会的全球性平台。论坛每年召开一次,来自中国和非洲各国的公共和私营部门代表、国际和地区机构、发展伙伴和智库齐聚一堂,深化政策对话,分享经验,探讨商机,促进对非投资和非洲的可持续发展。

    过去四届对非投资论坛证明,中非合作能够互惠互利,支持各国的发展战略。第一届论坛2015年6月在埃塞俄比亚首都亚的斯亚贝巴举办,主题是合作加快非洲投资、工业化与成果。第二届论坛2016年9月在中国广州举办,主题为分享经验促进投资,建立互补共享繁荣。第三届对非投资论坛2017年9月在塞内加尔达喀尔举办,主题是创新推动非洲跨越式发展,证明“一切照旧”的做法无法应对非洲面临的诸多挑战。2017年论坛为利用技术与创新催生新一代投资机会、充分释放非洲的潜力奠定了基础。第四届论坛2018年9月6-8日在中国长沙举办,以深化投资合作,发挥创新作用,推动可持续发展与共享繁荣为主题,探讨了如何吸引动员国内外私营部门投资促进非洲经济转型,创造亟需的就业机会。

  • 刚果共和国政府

    刚果共和国位于撒哈拉以南非洲腹地,赤道横贯国土中部,地缘战略重要性突出;拥有该地区首个深水港口黑角港,是中部非洲的门户,虽为中等偏下收入国家,但拥有丰富的碳氢化合物、矿物和森林等自然资源以及巨大的农业发展潜力;其森林生态系统极其丰富并具有生物重要性,对全球的生物多样性保护意义重大。刚果盆地的热带森林覆盖了国土面积的61%,是非洲第三大森林区域,也是一个巨大碳库。国土水系密集,可用于可再生能源开发,尤其是水力发电。刚果进行了基础设施建设,扩建道路网络,以确保国土一体化,目前致力于推动经济多元化,增加工农业部门比重,减少对石油的依赖。2018年刚果政府发布了《2018-2022年国家发展规划》,聚焦三个主要领域: (i) 加强善政; (ii) 重视人力资本; (iii) 经济多元化发展,并将国家发展规划分解为符合公共和私营部门融资条件的项目。 

    中华人民共和国财政部

    中华人民共和国财政部是中国与世界银行集团合作的窗口部门和主要发展合作伙伴。作为论坛的创建方之一,财政部对论坛给予了持续有力的支持,对非投资论坛已成为一个独特的平台,旨在加强中非之间的战略纽带,鼓励政策对话与知识交流,动员投资和促进贸易,最终目标是支持非洲大陆实现可持续发展。财政部也加强了与国际发展机构、智库及其他发展伙伴的合作,共同推动南南合作和三方合作,特别是在非洲。

    中国国家开发银行

    国家开发银行是中国对外投融资合作的主力银行。国开行坚持发展中长期投融资的优势和作用,创新完善开发性金融运作模式。国开行积极服务于“一带一路”建设和“走出去”战略,积极参与对非跨境投融资,致力于推动非洲大陆长期、持续发展。截至2017年底,国家开发银行累计向非洲提供投融资超过600亿美元,贷款余额达358亿美元。中非发展基金是国开行专门从事直接投资的子公司,累计支持了36个非洲国家的91个项目,投资总额达45亿美元,带动中国企业投资可达220亿美元。根据2015年中非合作论坛《约翰内斯堡行动计划》,国家开发银行设立的非洲中小企业发展专项贷款与中非发展基金均已正式纳入中非合作论坛框架。

    世界银行集团

    世界银行集团旨在利用其全球知识、“层级递进”“风险缓释”等特殊金融工具、“发展融资最大化”方针以及在非洲各国开展的项目,支持投资者、政策制定者及其他发展伙伴开展对话,促进私营部门对非投资。世界银行集团坚信私营部门对于加速实现包容性增长至关重要。世行集团致力于通过其技术特长和创新金融解决方案,推动影响大的私营部门投资,最大限度地减少公共部门债务,尤其是在脆弱和受冲突影响地区。世行集团将以第五届对非投资论坛为契机,依托其广泛的国际经验提出独到见解,推介各项倡议,展现伙伴关系,推动政策对话,促进负责任的投资做法,支持非洲的可持续发展。

  • DAY 1 - September 10, 2019 (Time is UTC/GMT+1)

    09.00 – 12:00 Opening Session

    Introduction:

    Bienvenu Boudimbu, Presidential Adviser, Official Master of Ceremonies, Republic of Congo

    Welcoming Remarks:

    Ms. Ingrid Olga Ghislaine Ebouka Babakas, Minister of Planning, Statistics and Regional Integration, Republic of Congo and World Bank Group Governor for Congo

    Honorary speakers:  

    Mr. Jean Jacques Bouya, Minister of Spatial Planning and Major Projects, Congo

    Mr. Xu Hongcai, Vice Minister, Ministry of Finance, China

    Mr. Liu Jin, Executive Vice President, China Development Bank 

    Mr. Sergio Pimenta, World Bank Group, IFC Regional Vice President for Middle East and Africa 

    VIDEO PROJECTION: AFRICA OPEN FOR BUSINESS

    Speeches by High Personalities and Heads of States

    H.E. Moussa Faki Mahamat, Chairperson of the African Union Commission

    H.E. Félix Tshisékédi, President, Democratic Republic of Congo

    H.E. Joao Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço, President, Angola

    H.E. Faustin Archange Touadéra, President, Central African Republic

    H.E. Paul Kagame, President, Rwanda

    H.E. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President, Equatorial Guinea

    Opening Speech by H.E. Denis Sassou Nguesso, President, Republic Congo

    VIDEO PROJECTION: SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES, REPUBLIQUE DU CONGO

    12:00 – 12:30 Signing ceremony

    12:30 – 13:00 GROUP PICTURE (Heads of States and Designated Officials)

    13:00 – 14:30 High Level Roundtable “The Future of Work in an Integrated and Digitized Africa”

    Background: The future of work in Sub-Saharan Africa will look different from the rest of the world. The potential of digital technology, if harnessed effectively, will transform the nature of work for all Africans. This panel will discuss the choices and investments that need to be made by policy makers and private sector partners to pave the way for the next generation of African workers, entrepreneurs, and innovators to thrive. 

    Moderator:  

    Mr. Albert Zeufack, Chief Economist, Africa Region, World Bank  

    Speakers:  

    Mr. Jean Jacques Bouya, Minister of Spatial Planning and Major Projects, Congo

    Mr Sergio Pimenta, World Bank Group, IFC Regional Vice President for Middle East and Africa

    Mr. Zhou Yuxiao, Ambassador of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China

    Mr. Alex Segura, Mission Chief for Congo, International Monetary Fund

    Mr. Abebe Hailey-Gabriel, Assistant Director-General, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, FAO 

    Mr. Lassané Kabore, Minister of Economy, Finance and Development, Burkina Faso 

    Ms. Rima Le Coguic, Director Africa, Agence Française de Développent (AFD), France

    Ms. Vera Songwe, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, UNECA 

    Ms. Recheal Blankson, Blog4Dev 2019, Ghana 

    14:30 – 15:30 Working Lunch: Supporting Investments in Africa: Perspectives from IFC

    Chair:  

    Mr. Sergio Pimenta, World Bank Group, IFC Regional Vice President for Middle East and Africa 

    Moderator: 

    Mr. Aliou Maiga, Director for West and Central Africa, International Finance Corporation (IFC) 

    Speakers: 

    Mr. Ibrahima Abe Diallo, Head of “Bourse de Sous-Traitance et de Partenariats” - BSTP, Guinea

    Mr. Tony Chan, SUNDA

    Mr. John Irungu Ngahu, Operations Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC) 

    Ms. Mehita Fanny Sylla, Country Manager, Representative - Pays Central Africa Sud Region, International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    15:30 – 17:00 Session I: Human Capital Development

    Background: Sub-Saharan Africa lags in most indicators of human capital, and estimates show that the continent is operating at only 40 percent of its potential despite recent progress on health and education indicators. At the same time, a notable skills gap hinders countries’ competitiveness in the global economy. This session will focus on where to invest, not only to bridge the gap in basic services, but also to help people become innovators, entrepreneurs, leaders and empowered citizens, no matter their income level. It will examine the scope for knowledge exchange and collaboration between African countries, China, and the rest of the world on key institutional, regulatory, and technological reforms. 

    Moderator: 

    Mr. Steven Shalita, Manager, Africa External Relations (ECR), World Bank 

    Panelists:  

    Mr. Amit Dar, Regional Director, Human Development Global Practice Group, World Bank 

    Mr. Antoine Nicéphore Thomas Fylla de Saint-Eudes, Minister of Technical and Professional Education, Skills Training and Employment, Republic of Congo 

    Margaret Malu, Deputy Regional Director for Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean States Region for the United Nations World Food Program (WFP)

    Mr. Xu Xiaodong, Vice President, China International Intellectech Corporation Ltd, Co., China 

    Mr. Randall Riopelle, Senior Manager for China, Korea and Mongolia, International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    Mr. Philipp Krause, Senior Advisor, the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, BMGF, United of States

    Mr. Patrick Kabisi, Chief Executive Officer, United Bank for Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo

    Dr. Cristabel Ngwashi (Blog4Dev 2019, Cameroon)

    Mr. Abubakar Suleiman, Chief Executive Officer, Sterling Bank Plc., Nigeria

    17:00 – 18:30 Session II: Digital Revolution, Innovations and the New Service Economy

    Background: Digital technologies can unlock new pathways for economic growth, innovation, participation, job creation and access to services in Africa. New technologies can help Africa tap directly into the US$11.5 trillion global digital economy. This session will examine ways to build the foundations of a thriving digital economy —including digital infrastructure and platforms, digital financial services, and an environment that is supportive of digital entrepreneurship— and to mitigate risks including cybersecurity, data privacy and protection and market concentration.

    Moderator: 

    Mr. Steven Shalita, Manager, Africa External Relations (ECR), World Bank 

    Panelists: 

    Mr. Yves Castanou, General Manager of the Regulatory Agency for Posts and Electronic Communications, Republic of Congo 

    Mr. Michel Rogy, Practice Manager, Digital Development, Infrastructure Practice Group, World Bank

    Mr. Karim Sy, President of Digital Africa Initiative

    Mr. Verone Mankou, Founder, Vox Medias Congo, Republic of Congo 

    Mr. Zhang Jianyu, General Manager, BSCA Bank, China 

    Mr. Abasi Ene-Obong, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of 54Genes, BioBanking, Nigeria

    Mr. Karim Koundi, Partner at the International Audit & Consulting Firm Deloitte, France

    Mr. Amour-Freddy Bilombo, Blog4Dev 2019, Republic of Congo

    19:00 – 21:30 Welcome Dinner, hosted by the Government of the Republic of Congo

    DAY 2 – September 11, 2019

    09:00 – 09:30 Introduction

    Mr. Bienvenu Boudimbu, Presidential Adviser, Official Master of Ceremonies, Republic of Congo

    Honorary Speaker:

    H.E. Macky Sall, President, Republic of Senegal

    09:30 – 11:00 Session III: Public and Private Partnerships and Investment Climate

    Background: Infrastructure is an indispensable foundation for growth and connectivity. Africa’s infrastructure gaps are large and financing gap is estimated at $US 68-108 billion per annum, even though the continent has abundant sources of renewable energy, including solar and hydro. Public-private partnerships are therefore essential for financing the provision of these public goods. This session will examine the opportunities for PPPs in building Africa’s infrastructure as well as the efficient delivery of public services. The session will also highlight examples of African countries which have created a conducive environment for private investment by undertaking a range of business-friendly reforms that are necessary for a successful Public Private Partnership. 

    Moderator: 

    Ms. Elizabeth Tchoungui, Journalist, Producer, TV Host and Writer 

    Panelists:

    Mr. Amadou Hott, Minister of Economy, Planning and Cooperation, Senegal

    Ms. Soraya Hakuziyaremye, Minister of Trade and Industry, Rwanda

    Mr. Zhang Zhiqing, Deputy Director-General, Foreign Capital Utilization Department, National Development and Reform Commission, China

    Ms. Yang Baohua, Chairwoman, China Africa Development Fund, CAD-Fund, China 

    Mr. Kay Parplies, Head of Unit – Investment and Innovative Financing, Directorate-General International Cooperation & Development, European Commission

    Mr. Alain Ebobissé, Chief Executive Officer, Africa50 

    Mr. Stefan Rajaonarivo, Senior Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC) 

    Mr. Wenhe Zhang, Senior Underwriter, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)

    Mr. Jeremy Riro, Blog4Dev 2016, Kenya

    Mr. Maleye Diop, Resident Representative for the Republic of Congo, United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

    11:00 – 11:15 Coffee & Tea Break 

    11:15 – 12:45 Session IV: Industrialization and Global Value Chains

    Background: Industrialization is necessary for Africa’s transformation, and yet since 2008, the share of manufacturing in the GDP of Sub-Saharan African economies has stagnated around 10%, and more than 80% of employment is created in low-productivity sectors. At the same time, despite vast agricultural potential, Africa has remained a net importer of agricultural products, with an annual food import bill of around US$40 billion. The session will explore ways to tap into China and other countries’ experience and mobilize private investments to establish a competitive and climate-resilient agriculture sector. It will also discuss new industrialization strategies that take stock of past mistakes in the continent and successful stories in Eastern and South Asia, while addressing new opportunities and challenges brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution and today’s global economic environment. 

    Moderator: 

    Ms. Elizabeth Tchoungui, Journalist, Producer, TV Host and Writer 

    Panelists:

    M. Gilbert Ondongo, Minister of State, Minister of Economy, Industry and Public Portfolio, Republic of Congo 

    Aliou Maiga, Director for West and Central Africa, International Finance Corporation (IFC)

    Mr. Diego Arias, Lead Agriculture Economist, World Bank

    Mr. Liu Yong, Chief Economist, China Development Bank (CDB), China 

    Ms. Li Zhiping, Deputy Director-General, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Economy, China

    Ms. Donata Garrasi, Director of Political Affairs in the Office of the Special Envoy of the Special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary General for the Great Lakes region, UN

    Ms. Musopa Kalenga, Blog4Dev 2019, Zambia

    Mr. Cheng Fubo, Vice President, Commercial Aircraft Corporation Ltd., China

    Mr. Dejene Tezera, Director of Agribusiness Development Department, United Nations Industrial Development Organization 

    12:45 – 14:15 Lunch

    14:15 – 16:00 Session V: Climate Smart Energy Solutions

    Background: A prerequisite for powering productive economies and creating jobs in African countries is access to modern and sustainable energy services. Given the continent’s growing population and demand for energy, it will take innovative solutions and partnership to provide affordable, quality energy to fuel the economy, create jobs and mitigate the impacts of climate change. The session will explore China and other countries’ experience with climate-smart energy policies and opportunities for the World Bank to leverage institutional and private investors in transforming Africa’s energy sector.

    Moderator: 

    Mr. Steven Shalita, Manager, Africa External Relations (ECR), World Bank 

    Panelists:  

    Mr. Bruno Jean Richard Itoua, Minister of Higher Education, Republic of Congo

    Mr. Racine Kane, Deputy Director General for Central Africa, African Development Bank (AfDB)

    Mr. Ian Crosby, Principal Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC) 

    Mr. Christian De Gromard, Senior Expert, Department « Energy and Digital Transition, Agence Française de Développent (AFD), France

    Mr. Long Jisheng, Chairman, SUS Environment, China 

    Ms. Martha Wakoli, Blog4Dev, Kenya

    Mr. Sidy Diop, Directeur, Deloitte Economic Advisory, France

    Mr. Michael Konadu, Commercial Growth Director, GE Power Africa, GE Power Africa, United States

    Mr. Issa Diaw, Program Leader, Infrastructure, World Bank Group

    16:00 – 16:30 Coffee & Tea Break 

    16:30 – 17:30 Closing Session

    Chair:

    Ms. Ingrid Olga Ghislaine Ebouka-Babakas, Minister of Planning, Statistics and Regional Integration, Republic of Congo, and World Bank Group Governor for Congo

    Honorary speakers:  

    Mr. Xu Hongcai, Vice Minister, Ministry of Finance, China

    Mr. Liu Jin, Executive Vice President, China Development Bank 

    Mr. Sergio Pimenta, World Bank Group, IFC Regional Vice President for Middle East and Africa

    Mr. Jean Claude Tchatchouang, Executive Director, Africa Group II, World Bank

    Mr. Jean Jacques Bouya, Minister of Spatial Planning and Major Projects, Congo 

    17:30 – 18:00 Press Conference 

    Moderator: 

    Sylvain Elenga, Journalist 

    Speakers:

    Mr. Jean Jacques Bouya, Minister of Spatial Planning and Major Projects, Congo

    Mr. Jean Christophe Carret, Country Director for Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo and Central African Republic, World Bank

    Mr. Liu Yong, Chief Economist, China Development Bank, China 

    18:00 – 20:00 Closing Dinner, hosted by China Development Bank

    Moderator:

    Ms. Yang Baohua, Chairman, CAD Fund

    Speakers: 

    Mr. Ma Fulin, Chinese Ambassador to the Republic of Congo

    Mr. Liu Jin, Executive Vice President, China Development Bank

    Mr. Wu Guohua, Deputy Director General, China Development Bank

    Mr. Zhou Chao, Vice President, CAD Fund

    DAY 3 – September 12, 2019

    09:00 – 13:00 Field visits (three itineraries proposed by the Government of Congo)

    Maloukou Special Economic Zone

    Université Sassou Nguesso

    Les cataractes (Site touristique)

     

活动信息

  • 日期: 2019年9月10-12日
  • 时间: 上午9点—下午5点 (UTC/GMT+1)