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Interview: What can be learned from Wen's speech at opening of Dalian Davos?

09-14-2011 13:48 BJT Special Report:2011 Summer Davos in Dalian |

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Now for more on this year's Summer Davos, we are joined in the studio by Xu Sitao, Chief China Representative from the Economist Group.

Q1. The theme of this year's forum is "Mastering Quality Growth", and the focus is mainly on issues affecting the rapidly-growing economies of Asia. What can we learn from Premier Wen's speech, in terms of the path to quality growth?

Q2. China began hosting the Summer Davos Forum in 2007. It's now in its fifth year. What are the changes and progress made during this time?

Q3. Given the series of financial crises the world faces, what can we achieve to ease the harsh economic situation according to this year's forum?

Editor:Li Wanran |Source: CNTV.CN

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