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Studio interview: Insights on Li Keqiang's visit to HK

08-17-2011 15:41 BJT

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Q1: Recently, we have seen a lot of repercussions in the world economy. America's top-notch credit got downgraded, the debt crisis is still spreading inside the eurozone and the stock market is seeing lots of ups and downs. So after all of this, what can you tell us about the timing of Li's visit?

Q2: The economy seems to be the key word for this visit because if you notice the members in the visit, there is the Minister of Development and Reform Commission, the Minister of Commerce and the Governor of the People's Bank of China. And the mainland has already signed some economic and trade cooperation projects with Hong Kong in a forum this morning. So what can we expect from new policies made by the central government?


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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