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TAIPEI, Feb. 22 (Xinhua) -- Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou said Monday that negotiating and signing a wide-ranging economic pact with the Chinese mainland was "absolutely necessary" and "needs to be done quickly."Ma made the remarks here when attending a gathering for Taiwan business people with business on the mainland. The gathering was held to mark Chinese Spring Festival by the island's Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF), an organization authorized to handle cross-Strait issues.The principle idea of the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) was to "help people do business and raise Taiwan's competitiveness," Ma said in his 35-minutes-long speech. Zheng Lizhong (R), executive vice president of the Chinese mainland's Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS), shakes hands with Kao Kung-lian, vice chairman and secretary general of Taiwan's Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF), during the first expert discussion in talks on the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA), an economic deal which is expected to boost the cross-Taiwan Straits economic ties, in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 26, 2010.ECFA is a wide-ranging economic pact to further normalize trade and investment ties across the Taiwan Strait, which Ma hopes to sign with the mainland this year to help fuel Taiwan's economic revival.The Chinese mainland is Taiwan's biggest trade partner, with an annual trade volume exceeding 100 billion U.S. dollars for the last two years.Given the huge amount of trade, a systematic mechanism was needed to solve problems when they arose between the two sides, according to Ma.Signing ECFA would help create 260,000 jobs in Taiwan, Ma said citing a local research institution.He also urged efforts to help the general public to know more about ECFA, especially low-income residents, people who work in small and medium-sized enterprises and those living in central and southern Taiwan.ECFA negotiations have no fixed schedule. The only round of talks so far were held in Beijing on Jan. 26. The proposed agreement mainly includes reducing tariffs, guaranteeing investment and protecting intellectual property.Economic ties between the mainland and Taiwan have warmed in recent years, with direct air and sea transport links and postal services, as well as regular passenger charter flights connecting the island with the mainland.

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BEIJING, Feb. 4 (Xinhua) -- Centralized procurement by the Chinese government has helped save close to 2 billion yuan (about 290 million U.S. dollars) in 2009, an official said here Thursday.The Chinese government spent more than 14.7 billion yuan in government procurement last year, Chen Jianming, director with the government procurement center said during a work conference held in Beijing.The figure was 1.8 billion yuan more than in 2008, he said.Chen noted that Chinese government departments had made "remarkable" progress in reducing their expenditures in 2009.For instance, the amount of money spent on purchasing vehicles by the government departments in 2009 dropped by 35 percent year on year, he said.They also spent two percent less in government procurement for work conferences compared with the year before, he said.Chen said the government purchases will continue to focus on energy-efficient, environment-friendly, as well as innovative and domestic products in 2010.The procurement center would stick to the policies of protecting information security and supporting small and medium-sized companies when making purchases, in order to push forward the development of the country's industries and the readjustment of its economic structure, Chen said.

BEIJING, Feb. 4 (Xinhua) -- Centralized procurement by the Chinese government has helped save close to 2 billion yuan (about 290 million U.S. dollars) in 2009, an official said here Thursday.The Chinese government spent more than 14.7 billion yuan in government procurement last year, Chen Jianming, director with the government procurement center said during a work conference held in Beijing.The figure was 1.8 billion yuan more than in 2008, he said.Chen noted that Chinese government departments had made "remarkable" progress in reducing their expenditures in 2009.For instance, the amount of money spent on purchasing vehicles by the government departments in 2009 dropped by 35 percent year on year, he said.They also spent two percent less in government procurement for work conferences compared with the year before, he said.Chen said the government purchases will continue to focus on energy-efficient, environment-friendly, as well as innovative and domestic products in 2010.The procurement center would stick to the policies of protecting information security and supporting small and medium-sized companies when making purchases, in order to push forward the development of the country's industries and the readjustment of its economic structure, Chen said.

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BEIJING, March 15 (Xinhua) -- China's anti-corruption chief He Guoqiang has urged cadres of the Communist Party of China (CPC) to refrain from abusing their authority for illicit gain and to win public trust through clean governance.He, head of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, made the remarks in an article to be published Tuesday in Qiushi, or "Seeking Truth," the official magazine of the CPC Central Committee.Party leaders should strictly abide by the code of ethics for CPC cadres issued in January, another important regulation to ensure clean practice in Party cadres' work and prevent corruption, said He, a member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau.Efforts should be intensified to tackle corruption-related problems, such as cadres using their power for illicit gains, privately engaging in profit-making activities, meddling in economic activities and using their influence to seek benefits for relatives, He saidThe CPC Central Committee issued the guideline specifying 52 unacceptable practices with respect to CPC leaders and cadres, including accepting cash or financial instruments as gifts, and using their influence to benefit their spouses, children or "special concerned persons" with regards to their employment, stock trading or business.

GENEVA, March 17 (Xinhua) -- It's still not the time to talk about sanctions against Iran as the door of diplomacy is still open on finding a compromise over its nuclear program, He Yafei, China's ambassador to the United Nations Office in Geneva, said on Wednesday."I think the door of compromise through negotiations, the door of diplomacy, is not closed," He told reporters."We need to do our best, to exhaust every avenue before we decide on whether we should have new additional sanction measures, " He said.The Chinese ambassador said that Iran, as a member of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), is entitled to the peaceful use of nuclear energy, but the country "should not develop any capability that can produce nuclear weapons.""We certainly do not want to see an Iran with a nuclear weapon capability...China is very much for safeguarding and strengthening the nuclear non-proliferation regime," He said.According to the ambassador, the way out for Iran's nuclear issue is to have a dialogue and to have negotiations with the country.He added that China had been talking to Iran constantly and urging the country to agree to a proposal by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as a first step to solve the nuclear issue.Under the IAEA proposal, most of Iran's existing low-grade enriched uranium should be shipped to Russia and France, where it would be processed into fuel rods with the purity of 20 percent. The higher-grad nuclear fuel would then be transported back to Iran for the use at a research reactor.The United States and its Western allies have long been accusing Iran of secretly developing nuclear weapons under the disguise of a civilian program. Iran has denied the accusation and stressed its nuclear program is solely for peaceful purposes.Nowadays Western powers are talking about adopting new sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program through a UN resolution.

MUNICh, Germany, Feb. 5 (Xinhua) -- Speaking highly of the deepening China-Europe relations over the past decades, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on Friday told the Munich Security Conference that a brighter future of bilateral ties calls on both sides to embrace an open and inclusive spirit.With this year marking the 35th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and the European Union, the Chinese top diplomat said China and the EU have established "a comprehensive strategic partnership that is all-dimensional, wide-ranging and multi-tiered" and the changing world "has brought China-EU relations to a new historical starting point.""To achieve a brighter future (of China-EU relations), we must manage our relations from a strategic and long-term perspective," Yang said. "We must respect each other, treat each other as equals, and accommodate each other's core interests and major concerns."He also expressed the hope that Europe will see China "in a more objective and sensible light" and recognize that China's development is not a challenge but an opportunity."We do not expect China and Europe to see eye to eye on each and every issue, and we need not be afraid of our differences," he added."As long as we both embrace an open and inclusive spirit, we will have more consensus than differences and more mutual benefits than frictions, and cooperation will be the defining theme of China-EU relations," Yang said.As to the host country of the security conference, Yang said " China-Germany ties have maintained dynamic growth.""In the face of the complex international situation and various grave challenges, China and Germany must bear in mind the larger and long-term interests and further enhance mutual trust and cooperation," he said, adding that China is ready to join Germany "in a common effort to elevate our partnership of global responsibility to a higher level."It was the first appearance of a Chinese foreign minister in the Munich Security Conference's 46-year history.

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BEIJING, Feb. 1 (Xinhua) -- The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), the world's largest lender by market value, said Monday it extended 110 billion yuan (16.1 billion U.S. dollars) of new loans in January, less than the amount in the same period of 2009."The lending growth in January was stable and moderate, which has well satisfied the real economic demand," the bank said.The ICBC statistics showed lendings of the bank totaled 117.1 billion yuan in January 2009.The bank said it would focus on financing ongoing government projects and continue to extend more loans to small businesses, while strictly controlling loans to new projects and high energy-consuming and polluting industries.ICBC last Wednesday said its loan growth in early and mid-January was "a little fast" as many ongoing projects needed funds, but the lending pace had stabilized since, as a concentrated volume of existing loans had come due and some credit card debts had been repaid.It also announced it would maintain a "reasonable and balanced" lending rate in a move to ease mounting public concerns about possible credit cuts.To prevent economic overheating, the government last month announced it would restrict its overall credit growth to 7.5 trillion yuan in 2010, compared with last year's 9.59 trillion yuan.However, a report from Monday's Economic Information Daily said that as of Jan. 29, Chinese banks had already extended nearly 1.6 trillion yuan new loans this year.

Beijing, Feb. 8 -- China's banks will outpace their peers in India and Indonesia, the best performers in Asia's banking industry over the past decade, to deliver the highest returns over the next five to 10 years, analysis firm CLSA Ltd said.The top eight performers among Asian banks over the past decade were all from India, with gains of 400 percent to 3,000 percent, CLSA said in a research report released today.Indonesian banks ranked second over a three-to-five-year period, as no data was available for 10 years, the report said.Shenzhen Development Bank Co, China's first commercial bank to launch an IPO and get listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange (in 1987), is expected to show a more than eight-fold increase in net profit for 2009, boosted by lower provisions for bad loans and higher net interest and fee income, the Wall Street Journal saidThe two countries recorded the highest credit growth, as India's loans increased 622 percent over the past 10 years, followed by 508 percent growth in Indonesia, Daniel Tabbush and Suangsuda Sinsadok, analysts at CLSA, said in the report.That shows "positive" implications for China's banks given the nation's 326 percent increase in loan growth over that period, they wrote in their analysis."Where China stock price data is only recent, we can at least assume that the fact that those banks are returning the third-highest loan growth over the past five and 10 years can in fact mean strong total returns over the long term," the analysts wrote.China's loan growth of 79 percent was the highest over the past three years, according to the report by CLSA, which is "overweight" on the nation's bank stocks as well as those in India and Indonesia.

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BEIJING, March 6 (Xinhua) -- Foreign scholars and journalists were generally positive in reviewing the government's strategies and outlined the challenges ahead as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's government work report delivered Friday caught wide attention across the world.Hong Pingfan, chief of the global economic monitoring center of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, said the year 2009 saw the world mired in the first global economic recession since World War II.It was against this background that China launched a massive fiscal stimulus package as part of its strenuous efforts to tackle the crisis, successfully achieving 8 percent growth for the year, he said."China has not only realized its own economic growth, but also boosted the confidence of other countries to deal with the financial crisis, giving an impetus to the world economic recovery," he added.Marcio Pochmann, director of Brazil's Institute of Applied Economic Research, said China's achievements were closely related to the government's role."Countries that were more able to cope with the crisis and emerge from it were those with an organized government and with public policies adequate to the moment of crisis," he said.The Chinese government responded quickly, adopting favorable macro-economic policies and asking major state-owned banks to inject capital into the domestic market, he said.Japanese research fellow Takashi Sekiyama, from the Tokyo Foundation Policy Research Division, said China's home appliance subsidy programs in rural areas and tax cuts on small cars encouraged consumption.China's stimulus policies contributed to the swift expansion of investment, he said, adding the Chinese economy's vigorous growth had greatly helped the world economy.Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce Chairman Bernard Dewit said it was far-sighted for the Chinese government to announce the acceleration of the transformation of the economic growth pattern. In the long run, China couldn't develop its economy continuously only by exporting low-end products such as T-shirts, he said, adding China had to produce more high-end products with high added value.BBC Chinese Director Li Wen said the Chinese government had to change local officials' views on how to evaluate their achievements in their posts in order to transform the economic growth pattern.The current situation where officials' achievements were mainly linked to GDP and fiscal revenue should be changed so that local officials would not only pursue rapid economic increase, he said.

BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- President Hu Jintao and other Chinese leaders joined lawmakers Wednesday in discussions on the work report of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee.In the deliberation with lawmakers from central China's Henan Province,Hu said he totally agrees with the report delivered by Wu Bangguo, chairman of the NPC Standing Committee, at the annual session of the NPC, China's supreme legislature.In addition, Hu urged the province, a leading grain grower in China, to make efforts to improve its agricultural production capacities, ensure supplies of farm produce and sharpen its agricultural competitiveness in the world.  Chinese President Hu Jintao (R, front) joins a panel discussion with deputies to the Third Session of the 11th National People's Congress from central China's Henan Province in Beijing, China, March 10, 2010Hu also said emphasis should be put on improving people's livelihood, especially in education, employment, social security, health care and housing.He also stressed promoting the progress of non-profit cultural programs and cultural industry to meet people's demands.Addressing deputies from Shanxi Province, top legislator Wu Bangguo pledged the NPC Standing Committee would be open to the supervision of the deputies and the people.Wu said the top priority of the legislative work this year is to shape a socialist legal system with Chinese characteristics.Wu vowed to speed up legislation efforts for the formation of such a system.In the deliberation with NPC deputies from Hebei Province, Premier Wen Jiabao said he entirely endorses the legislative report, while calling on the province to intensify its efforts in transforming the economic growth pattern and readjusting industrial structures.The province should push ahead the structural readjustment of traditional industries, cultivate new pillar industries and vigorously develop service industries such as finance, insurance and logistics, Wen said.Vice President Xi Jinping discussed the report with lawmakers from the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. He urged to further promote harmony and stability in regions inhabited by ethnic minorities.He Guoqiang, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, joined deputies from Inner Mongolia.In the discussion, He, also chief of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CPC, called for intensified efforts in combating corruption.Concrete efforts should be made to establish gradually an effective anti-corruption system, He said.Zhou Yongkang, member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, joined lawmakers from Sichuan Province.Practice has repeatedly proved the socialist political system with Chinese characteristics is a good system, said Zhou, citing the achievements in reconstruction of quake-devastated Sichuan Province and China's comparatively fast recovery from the global financial crisis.

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