Comprehensive News: higher level of opening up and sharing a better Future-- A heated comment on President Xi Jinping's keynote speech at the second China International Import Expo opening ceremony
Beijing, 5 Nov (Xinhua)-- the second China International Import Expo opened in Shanghai on the morning of 5 Nov.. Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech entitled "opening up, Cooperation, Destiny and sharing" at the opening ceremony. Foreign officials and business representatives attending the opening ceremony on the same day, as well as political and academic circles in some countries, believed that President Xi Jinping's keynote speech once again sent a strong signal that China would further expand its opening up. It has demonstrated China's determination and commitment to share development opportunities and create a better future with the world.
Albert Kuvaltele, an official of the Ministry of Trade and Industry of C ô te d'Ivoire, said at the scene of the opening ceremony that it was very important for President Xi Jinping's keynote speech to reiterate that China will continue to expand the opening of its market. Kuwait hopes to continue to benefit from China's open-door policy. Alisher Abdelliev, first deputy minister of investment and foreign trade of Uzbekistan, who attended the opening ceremony, said that China is opening up to the world and is also providing opportunities for other countries.
Tao Wilson, president and chief executive officer of the US high-tech medical company Varian Medical system, told reporters that in the current uncertain global environment, President Xi Jinping's keynote speech has delivered a very positive and stable signal. It has strengthened the confidence and expectations of multinational enterprises in China's economic development and market potential.
Pascal Sorio, global chief executive of biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, said in an interview that President Xi Jinping's keynote speech demonstrated the role of a big country that allows countries to share China's opportunities and create a better future with other countries.
Rafiqul Abasov, professor of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, said in an interview with Xinhua in Baku that against the background of the increasing uncertainty facing the world economy, Chinese leaders have clearly proposed to jointly build an open and cooperative world economy, which has pointed out the direction for the international community to overcome potential crises and achieve common development.
Cambodian government spokesman Pasipan spoke highly of President Xi Jinping's exposition on upholding the multilateral trading system in his keynote speech. He said that Cambodia has always been a supporter of the multilateral trading system, and multilateral trade not only promotes world economic development, but also promotes world peace and cooperation.
In his speech, President Xi Jinping advocated jointly building an open and innovative world economy. Jin Jianmin, chief researcher of the Fujitsu General Research Institute of Economics, said: China promotes reform, development, and innovation through opening up, and strives to break down barriers that restrict the flow of innovative elements such as knowledge, technology, and talents. This will bring sustained benefits to industry and innovative entrepreneurs, which in turn will benefit China and the rest of the world.
Former Zambian Foreign Minister Vernon Mwaanga agreed with President Xi Jinping's proposal to jointly build an open and innovative world economy, strengthen the sharing of innovative achievements, and strive to break down barriers that restrict the flow of innovative elements such as knowledge, technology, and talents. He said developing countries need to embrace new technologies and keep pace with the times through training and other means of knowledge sharing. (reporter: Jia Xiaohua, Ma Xiaoyan, Zhang Man, Li Ming, Tang Lu, Mao Pengfei, Lu Huaiqian, Jiang Xiaomei, Chen Binjie, Peng Lijun)