The fifth BRICS Policy Lecture focusing on China-Brazil relations kicked off
Time: 2022-12-04

On the morning of December 2nd, the 5th BRICS Policy Lecture hosted by Xiamen BPIC Leading Group Office was held online.

Earlier, former Brazilian PresidentLuiz Inácio Lula da Silva, candidate of the Brazilian Workers' Party, was elected as the new president of Brazil. In order to better understand him and the development trend of China-Brazil relations, the lecture was delivered by Niu Haibin, director and Associate Research fellow of the Institute for Foreign Policy Studies of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, sharing his views on the theme of "Lula's Third Term and the Prospect of China-Brazil Comprehensive Strategic Partnership". Based on the perspectives of Lula's personal growth and political experience, the background of Brazil's presidential election and the opportunities of China-Brazil partnership, Niu analyzed the influence of Lula's third term on the future development of China-Brazil relations and interpreted the measures of building BPIC for China-Brazil new Industrial partnership.

The lecture was live-streamed simultaneously through APP, Wechat program and other platforms. As of December 2, the cumulative page views of all platforms exceeded 1,604 million.