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China to boost cooperation with World Bank: vice premier

09-14-2010 08:25 BJT

BEIJING, Sept. 13 (Xinhua) -- China wishes to bring its cooperation with the World Bank to higher levels, Vice Premier Li Keqiang said here Monday, the 30th anniversary of China's cooperation with the bank.

Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (R) meets with World Bank President
Robert Zoellick in Beijing, Sept. 13, 2010.(Xinhua/Liu Weibing)

"Both sides should seize the new cooperation opportunities as China strives to restructure economy, improve people's livelihood and maintain sustainable development," he said during his meeting with Robert Zoellick, President of the World Bank.

China and the World Bank have extensive cooperation in poverty relief and development projects both in China and other countries in the world. The success rate of the bank's projects in China are among the highest in the world, Li said.

"The cooperation between China and the World Bank is fruitful and mutually beneficial," he added.

The World Bank wishes to further expand cooperation with China and to introduce China's experience of reform and development to other developing countries, said Robert Zoellick

Editor:Li yang |Source: Xinhua

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