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an Asian com上海419论女神会所坛munity with a shared future in the past few years, Xi encouraged CICA me
mbers to hold on to their goals, jointly seize opportunities and address challenges, and make concerted efforts in opening up ne
w prospects for Asian security and development under the new circumstances.
Building a prosperous Asia is a shared aspiration of Asian countries, a
nd development is the key to all problems, Xi said, adding that CICA members shoul
d work together to promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation, and ink regional integration doc
uments such as Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership at an early date.
Building an open and inclusive Asia is a common pursuit of Asian countries, said Xi. He urged CICA members to well imple
ment the consensus reached at the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations held in May in Beijing, and devel
op a vision of civilizations based on equality, mutual learning, dialogue and inclusiveness.
in the service secto爱上海女神会所r, and deregulate the services for the elderly and children, and medical care and education.
Although its overall economic uncertainty has increased, China’s economy still has great pote
ntial in terms of service and consumption, especially because it is a market of more than 1.3 bil
lion people including a middle-income group of 400 million all of whom are seeking a better life.
Current policy package strong enough to counter headwinds, economist says
China has no immediate need of aggressive stimulus to support growth unless trade tensions with the United States m
ore visibly weigh on growth momentum, and greater patience and policy preparation are needed now for market-
oriented, longer-term reform and opening-up, a senior economist said in an exclusive interview.
Given the uncertainty from China-US trade friction, macroeconomic polic
ies should always be prepared to support the economy, especially if growth mome
hina Petrole上海会所品茶微信um and Chemical Corp, the world’s larg
est refiner by volume, has agreed to establish a joint venture with Russia’s Novatek and Gazp
rombank to market natural and liquefied natural gas (LNG) in China, Sinopec said on Thursday.
The agreement, which aims to sell LNG produced by Novatek in the Arctic, was signed fo
llowing talks in Moscow between Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and Chinese President, Xi Jinping.
The agreement will be of considerable economic and social benefit an
d will further diversify China’s natural gas imports, while meeting ever-increasing ga
s demand in the country, said Dai Houliang, China Petrochemical Corp president.