The Chinese enterprises are exploring new ways to alter their operational mechanism and rejuvenate themselves in accordance with the goal of establishing modern corporate system. One of the major measures is to absorb foreign capital in the reorganization and restructuring process.
The average per-capita GNP will reach the standard of moderately developed countries.
We must seize new opportunities to meet new challenges. By taking more effective measures and being more active in opening to the outside world, we will strive to expand our foreign trade and absorb more foreign capital.
Since the implementation of the opening-up policy, foreign enterprises have played a crucial role in China’s economic development.
Although the outstanding problems in economic activities have been somewhat alleviated, they have yet to be fundamentally solved.
This meeting laid a solid foundation for the two countries to forge enduring and constant economic ties.
An important factor contributing to substantial price hikes lies in the gradual lifting of its control and its structural adjustment.
China, as the biggest developing country, is also closely following the evolvement of the new economy and making an in-depth study of the opportunities and challenges arising thereof.
In China, we have a strong contingent of talents in science and technology, and a magnetic, huge market.
We hope that the two sides shall strengthen collaboration and exchange, so as to jointly foster an orderly and sound development of the new economy.