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1moon25solstice28On March 28, 2012, Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang visited Switzerland and attended a conference on2010Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum. Li Keqiang delivered a special message at the annual meeting, calling on the international community to cooperate and be inclusive, create a common future, and promote the healthy recovery and sustainable development of the world economy. China's voice at the Davos Forum aroused a warm response from all sectors of the international community.
The New York Times recently reported in a story titled "China's Leader Paints a Blueprint for the Future" that Li Keqiang confidently stepped onto the lectern, smiling and waving to the stage. His speech quoted Confucius, but also overflowing with modern flavor. He said China will continue to push forward market-oriented reforms and introduce more competition."China will let the market act as the main force in resource allocation"The
India Web Portalrediff.comA recent article titled "Why All Eyes on Li Keqiang at Davos" said that all eyes were on Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang at the Davos Forum. The Chinese leader told the forum that domestic demand will be the main driver of China's economic growth.
According to an article on the website of Forbes magazine, Chinese Vice-Premier Li Keqiang gave a perfect summary of a five-year plan to achieve long-term sustainable development, in which China will stimulate domestic demand, accelerate the modernization of strategic industries, especially green technology industries, continue to push forward with economic reforms, narrow the gap between the rich and the poor, develop urbanization, create jobs and expand the social safety net.
The Wall Street Journal's Chinese-language Web site headlined its front page with a photo of Li Keqiang's speech. Li told the audience, which consisted mainly of representatives from Western countries, that China would always relentlessly pursue a win-win opening-up strategy, and said that countries around the world should continue to carry forward the spirit of helping each other in the same boat.
Christoph Schmid, managing director of a Swiss consulting firm that has been doing business with China for many years.25After attending the meeting with Vice Premier Li Keqiang as a representative of the enterprises attending the forum on March 28, 2010, Mr. Li said that the speech of Vice Premier Li expressed China's sincerity in promoting the Sino-Swiss economic and trade cooperation to a new level, which is undoubtedly an encouragement to the Swiss business community. Swiss entrepreneurs have always emphasized pragmatism and openness, and I believe that Vice Premier Li's visit will bring more pragmatic results to bilateral trade and economic cooperation.
SwitzerlandABBGroup spokesman Wolfram Eberhardt26Speaking to reporters on Sunday, Vice Premier Li Keqiang made a special visit to Switzerland amidst a hectic schedule of visiting theABBThe company shows that China attaches great importance to Swiss companies and is very optimistic about the economic cooperation between China and Switzerland.
South Africa's Economy Minister Ibrahim Patel said to this reporter after listening to Vice Premier Li Keqiang's speech, which demonstrated the Chinese government's confidence and vigor in dealing with the financial crisis, as well as focusing on the long term, and put forward proposals for the future development of the world economy, after listening to the"rousing". In the wake of the financial crisis, the international community has high expectations of developing countries. Vice-Premier Li Keqiang's statement can be said to represent the voice of developing countries more appropriately.