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Studio interview: China's voice at G20 Summit

06-28-2010 13:49 BJT Special Report: Hu Attends SCO Summit, Visits 2 Nations |

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To discuss the G20 Summit in Toronto, we're now joined by our Current Affairs Commentator, Dr. Gao Zhikai.

Q1: China has been a member of the G20 since 1999. How was the country's voice heard at the Toronto Summit, and how do you view China's role in the group?

Q2: While calling for joint efforts to promote global economic recovery, Chinese President Hu Jintao says there isn't a "one-fit-for-all" plan to achieve this goal. He adds that the specific circumstances of different countries must be taken into account, and diverse development paths must be respected. What do you think is the basis for this judgment, particularly in terms of China's specific circumstances?

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