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Wen: China hopes to boost economic cooperation with Arab world

05-14-2010 08:42 BJT

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Premier Wen Jiabao says, China hopes to boost economic cooperation with the Arab world. Wen made the remarks at the China-Arab Cooperation Forum, which opened Thursday in Tianjin.

Wen believes the foundation of the global economic recovery is not yet solid. He asked foreign ministers from Arab countries, not to underestimate the gravity and complexity of the financial crisis. And also urged the 22 ministers to be cautious about the far-reaching impact of the crisis on the world, and political and economic landscapes. Wen also noted that China wants to import more non-petroleum goods from Arab countries. It also hopes to deepen energy cooperation.

Premier Wen Jiabao says, China hopes to boost economic cooperation with the Arab world. Wen made the remarks at the China-Arab Cooperation Forum, which opened Thursday in Tianjin.
Premier Wen Jiabao says, China hopes to boost economic cooperation with the Arab
 world. Wen made the remarks at the China-Arab Cooperation Forum, which opened 
Thursday in Tianjin.


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