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World should join hands to deal with climate change
All countries in the world should make joint efforts to deal with the climate change, as this is the common challenge facing mankind, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said here Thursday,when delivering a speech at the opening ceremony of the 2009 Summer Davos.
China firmly opposes trade, investment protectionism
China will continue to actively take part in the economy globalization process and resolutely oppose trade and investment protectionism together with others, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said here Thursday.
China to attach more importance to domestic demand for economic growth: Premier
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.
China curbs downward trend in economic growth: Premier
China has curbed the downward trend in economic growth and the country's macro-economic policy and economic stimulus package proved timely, powerful and effective, Premier Wen Jiabao said Thursday.
Premier addresses opening session of Summer Davos forum
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao started to deliver a speech at the opening ceremony of the 2009 Summer Davos forum, held in the northeastern China's port city Dalian on Thursday afternoon. 

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Microsoft to launch new products amid innovative drive
Microsoft is expected to introduce an array of new products in coming months as it would allocate US$9.5 billion in research and development this fiscal year, said Ya-Qin Zhang, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President at the sideline of 2009 Summer Davos forum.
High hopes for summer Davos gathering
Participants in the 2009 Summer Davos Annual Meeting believe that the meeting, scheduled from September 10-12 in Dalian, will contribute to putting the world economy back on track.
China to lead world out of global economic gloom, Schwab
The nation will emerge from the depths of the global downturn first and in better shape than any other country, according to Klaus Schwab, who made the observation while stressing the need for more global cooperation to combat the recession.
Green initiatives attracting investments
A new blueprint for investing in China's fast-growing green technology sector is being released today, with the authors projecting a market with a potential value of US$1 trillion annually.
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About the meeting

The Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2009, scheduled from September 10-12 in Dalian, brings together over 1,300 industry, government and thought leaders to debate and define the course needed to relaunch growth. full story

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