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Chinese FM meets World Bank chief

04-17-2011 13:41 BJT

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During the IMF and World Bank spring meetings, Chinese Finance Minister Xie Xuren met World Bank president Robert Zoellick.

Their meeting covered a wide range of issues, including the global economic outlook, and development and internal reform of the World Bank.

The two acknowledge that bilateral cooperation has been very effective. Xie Xuren says China will enhance collaboration with the World Bank in loans in the fields of energy, infrastructure, agriculture and education.

Academically, China and the World Bank are conducting strategic research programs. Xie also expressed great confidence in the prospect of future cooperation.

Xie Xuren, Chinese Finance Minister, said, "Now China has formulated its 12th five-year plan, we will further promote social-economic development according to the plan, constantly adjust and optimize economic structure and shift the development pattern. This process will provide huge potential for our cooperation with the World Bank."




Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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