Li Keqiang's speech at Davos adds impetus to world economic recovery

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Li Keqiang, Vice-Premier, State Council of the People's Republic of China is captured during his speech at the Congress Centre at the Annual Meeting 2010 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 28, 2010. [WEF]

Li Keqiang, Vice-Premier, State Council of the People's Republic of China is captured during his speech at the Congress Centre at the Annual Meeting 2010 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 28, 2010. [WEF]


Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang's speech at the World Economic Forum here Thursday added fresh momentum to the world economic recovery by outlining China's encouraging economic prospects and calling for international efforts to boost economic activity.

"Last year, we acted with resolve and confronted challenges head-on, and succeeded in ensuring steady and fast economic growth," Li said.

"As we draw plans for this year, we are confident that we can stay on top of the complicated situation and maintain steady and fast growth of the Chinese economy."

"Looking ahead, we are well positioned to achieve long-term, fast and steady economic growth."

Last year, China adopted a package of economic stimulus policies that had a noticeable impact, with gross domestic product growing 8.7 percent. China this year will carry out follow-up measures to maintain its economy's sound development.

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