The developed world should not forget the poorest countries when they tackle the global financial crisis, said Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao while attending the Summer Davos forum in the country´s northeastern coastal city of Dalian.
China will not end its stimulus initiatives at a time when the global economy is starting to see "slow and zigzag" recovery from its free fall, Premier Wen Jiabao assured global business leaders yesterday.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Thursday the country would take the adjustment of economic structure as a major task and attach greater importance to driving economic growth via domestic demand.
CCTV has talked to Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach, who says China needs to keep bank credit at reasonable levels as its economy recovers.
Participants attend opening plenary of Summer Davos
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First participant of Summer Davos 2009 meeting arrives in Dalian
Inspection on the new energy vehicles
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Sculpture set to welcome Summer Davos
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Meeting Room of the Summer Davos
Construction of New Champions Village on the trail
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Green economy, innovation and economic growth
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Business leaders gather in Dalian
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CCTV reporter reports from Dalian