Leaders from global corporations met in Beijing on Tuesday for the summit of the Global CEO Council. The organization was set up in 2013 by China, and includes 14 global corporate leaders from an array of sectors.
A report from the OECD said earlier this month that an "orderly adjustment of the Chinese economy towards a new normal growth rate is underway".
Although with slower growth, global corproate leaders believe that China's new strategies, including the China Manufacturing 2025 and Internet Plus, can help the country's sustainable development.
"As a huge market, the healthy development of Chinese economy can benefit the export of other countries, and support the global economy," said Feike Sijbesma, CEO of Royal DSM.
"With the new normal underway, China's initiatives like the One Belt One Road, and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank are seen as future global growth drivers. The CEOs attending the meeting say they also want to cooperate more with China, and realize win-win partnerships," said Hamid Moghadam, CEO of Prologis.