Chinese premier meets Financial Times editor

 

 

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (right) meets with editor-in-chief of Britain’s Financial Times

Lionel Barber in Beijing on March 31,  2015.   Photo by Li Tao

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (right) meets with editor-in-chief of Britain’s Financial Times

Lionel Barber in Beijing on March 31, 2015.   Photo by Li Tao

 

 

 

 

BEIJING  |  2015-03-31 20:31:24 

 

Chinese premier meets

Financial Times editor

 

By Hao Yalin

 

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met editor-in-chief of Britain’s Financial Times on Tuesday of March 31, vowing that China will maintain stable and sound economic development and bring opportunities to the world.

Li told Lionel Barber that China is participating in the international economic and financial system constructively, and that its development is based on peace and reciprocity.

He expressed hope that the international media can report on China objectively to help the outside world understand the country.

“China is well positioned to realize a sustainable and sound development,” the premier told Barber.

He noted that facing the economic downturn pressure, China is carrying out targeted regulation, cutting red tape and devolving power, so as to finetune economic operations.

He admitted that it is difficult for China, the world’s second-largest economy, to maintain a medium or high speed of growth. He said the country will try to balance the needs of maintaining growth, promoting reform, structural adjustment, and improving people’s livelihoods.

Li also answered other questions raised by the editor.

Barber said the international community is paying close attention to China’s economic development and expects China to continue to play a constructive role in international affairs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (right) meets with visiting Ugandan President Yoweri

Museveni in Beijing on March 31, 2015. Museveni has been in China to attend the 2015

Boao Forum for Asia and for a state visit.   Photo by Zhang Duo

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (3rd from right) meets with visiting Ugandan President

Yoweri Museveni (2nd from left) in Beijing on March 31, 2015.   Photo by Zhang Duo

 

 

 

 

BEIJING  |   2015-03-31 19:20:07

 

Chinese premier meets

Ugandan president

 

By Hao Yalin

 

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni here on Tuesday of March 31.

Calling Museveni an old friend of China, Li hailed the contribution he has made to China-Uganda relations and China-Africa relations.

China is ready to work with Uganda to consolidate their friendship, deepen cooperation and elevate their bilateral ties to a new high, according to Li.

He said China is willing to help Uganda speed up its industrialization and modernization process, share development experience, and promote the construction of airports, hydropower facilities and means of communication.

The premier also vowed to cooperate with east African countries to promote the construction of a railway network in the region.

Museveni thanked China for helping Uganda build urgently-needed projects such as a hydropower station and railway, and welcomed Chinese companies to join in Uganda’s projects including energy, fertilizer, agricultural product processing and hydroelectric development, as well as the construction of the east African railway network.

Museveni was invited by Chinese President Xi Jinping for a state visit. He also attended the annual meeting of the Boao Forum for Asia held in south China’s Hainan Province.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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