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Seeking internal growth drivers new trend in Asia: Chinese vice premier

04-02-2012 10:49 BJT Special Report:2012 Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference |

Promoting internal growth drivers is the new trend in Asia's open economic development, said Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang on Monday.

"While continuing to unleash its comparative advantages in global competition, it is important for Asia to explore and expand markets of domestic demand," said Li when delivering a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the 2012 annual meeting of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA).

Li said that Asia has its unique advantages in seeking internal growth drivers as it is home to around 45 percent of the world' s population, which gives a huge potential in their dometic markets.

Editor:Shi Jierui |Source: Xinhua

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