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Premier Wen inspects Hunan province

07-05-2010 08:19 BJT Special Report: Rainstorm Batters Large Parts of China |

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Premier Wen Jiabao has inspected flood prevention and control efforts in central China's Hunan Province. On the sidelines of his inspection tour, the Premier addressed a symposium, held in the provincial capital of Changsha.

The symposium highlighted the economic situations in the provinces of Hubei, Hunan and Guangdong. Wen Jiabao warned that China's macro economic control policy faces mounting difficulties amid the international financial crisis and the global economic recovery.

The Premier, reiterated the government's stance in maintaining the continuity and stability of macro economic policies. He added, that the government would work to promote stable and relatively fast domestic economic growth and manage inflation expectations to ensure that goals for 2010 are met.

The Premier, also visited a number of companies ranging from machinery, outsourcing to animation. During his tour, Wen Jiabao encouraged enterprises to step up innovation.

Premier Wen Jiabao has inspected flood prevention and control efforts in central China's Hunan Province. 
Premier Wen Jiabao has inspected flood prevention and control efforts in central 
China's Hunan Province.

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