Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi said in Xiamen on September 8 that all the macro-regulation measures and controls adopted recently by the Chinese government are designed to provide diverse enterprises with a more equal, open and standardized market environment.
In her keynote speech at the 11th China International Fair for Investment and Trade (CIFIT), Wu said that, in the long term, these measures would benefit the healthy development of enterprises and enhance the international balance of trade. In effect she surmised that these measures would eventually bring more development opportunities to all of China's economic and global trade partners, on both domestic and foreign soil.
While reassuring foreign investors, Wu also suggested that international investors should pay special attention to following five aspects regarding business development opportunities:
First, cooperation between modern service industries; second, cooperation between energy saving efforts combined with environmental protection and new urban construction; third, China's regional development and construction; fourth, technological cooperative efforts with Chinese enterprises; and fifth, exploring new ways to develop international investment and cooperative ventures.
For more details, please read the full story in Chinese. (http://www.china-cbn.com/s/n/000002/20070910/020000055114.shtml)
(China.org.cn September 10 2007)