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Senior CPC official urges self-innovation of green technology

11-25-2010 22:16 BJT

BEIJING, No. 25 (Xinhua) -- Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official Li Changchun has called for more efforts to enhance self-innovation of green technology -- a key to realizing the nation's economic restructuring.

During Li's visit to the China International Green Industry Expo 2010 on Wednesday evening, he stressed "breakthroughs should be made in the research and development of key technologies, in order to gain more intellectual property rights and cultivate China's own brands."

He said accelerating green economic development was an important task in the transformation of the economic development pattern, and an effective way to save energy and encourage an environmentally friendly society.

It would also help boost sustainable economic and social development, said Li, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee.

He urged authorities and enterprises to seize every opportunity to develop the green and low-carbon economy.

The four-day expo which opened on Wednesday, has attracted more than 200 enterprises from 25 countries and regions. It acts as a platform for enterprises to exchange information and display their latest achievements in areas such as energy savings, emission reductions and the recycling-based economy.

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: Xinhua

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