China will open wider to the outside world and make all-out efforts to meet the requirements brought about by its entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO), top economic official Li Rongrong said on Friday.
Li said that efforts will be made to create an environment compatible with WTO rules under which both the government and enterprises operate according to law.
China will work out detailed measures to meet WTO requirements and speed up the establishment of an import and export administrative system that is in conformity with international norms, in a bid to guarantee the safety of national industries,
Li told a press conference hosted by the on-going Fifth Session of the Ninth National People's Congress.
China will continue to implement the "go global" strategy and encourage and help eligible enterprises of various forms of ownership to set up factories or undertake contracted projects abroad, particularly in neighboring countries, in order to promote the export of technological items, equipment, materials and labor
(Xinhua News Agency March 8, 2002)