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URUMQI, March 2 (Xinhua) -- Senior Chinese leader Zhou Yongkang has revealed that the government is preparing measures to boost the economic and social development of the northwestern Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.Zhou, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, made the remarks during a four-day inspection to the region that ended on Sunday.Zhou mingled with local cadres, teachers and residents when visiting Kashi Prefecture, Urumqi, the regional capital, and Shihezi City. He stressed the issues of housing, education and employment should be appropriately resolved to ensure social harmony. Zhou Yongkang (R Front), a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, chats with residents in Kashi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Feb. 25, 2010. Zhou made an inspection tour in Xinjiang on Feb. 25-28.He told two separate symposiums in Kashi and Urumqi that the CPC Central Committee would hold a meeting in the first half of this year, at which major decisions would be made to boost Xinjiang's development and enhance its stability.Zhou said development should benefit people of all ethnic groups in the region.

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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.

BEIJING, Feb. 1 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao has reiterated his country's support for the Copenhagen Accord and China's commitments to addressing climate change.In separate replies to letters from Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Wen said the Copenhagen Accord resulting from the UN climate change conference in the Danish capital last year laid the foundation for advancing international cooperation on climate change and pointed the direction for future negotiations.The document reflected the political will of all parties to actively tackle climate change, upheld the dual-track negotiating mechanism of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and its Kyoto Protocol, and reaffirmed the principle of "common but differentiated responsibilities" for developed and developing countries, Wen wrote in the letters dated Friday.He said China would do its best to honor its commitments on climate change, including a reduction of carbon dioxide emission intensity per unit of GDP by 40 to 45 percent by 2020 against 2005 levels, an increase to 15 percent of non-fossil fuels in the country's total primary energy mix by 2020, and an increase of 40 million hectares of forest and 1.3 billion cubic meters of forest volume by 2020 from 2005 levels.Wen said China will continue to play an active and constructive role and work jointly with the international community for a meaningful conclusion of the Bali Roadmap negotiations at the Mexico climate talks with a comprehensive, effective and binding outcome that will reinforce the implementation of the convention and the protocol.

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BEIJING, March 22 (Xinhua) -- Senior Chinese leader Zhou Yongkang has urged law enforcement departments at all levels to ensure their work practices are just and incorrupt to better solve social conflicts and uphold justice."Currently, our country is experiencing a period when social conflicts are prominent and more and more cases have emerged in the judicial field," Zhou told a plenary meeting for the Political and Legislative Affairs Committee of the CPC Central Committee here Monday."More people are expecting to protect their own rights through judicial channels and they also have a higher requirement for just law enforcement," said Zhou, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee."However, many people's ideas, abilities and working styles in the judiciary who enforced the law still left much to be desired," he said, adding that many proposals raised during the just-concluded annual parliamentary and political advisory sessions were about law enforcement.Zhou urged related departments at all levels to "carefully" study these advices and proposals and investigate and correct mistakes.

SHANGHAI, Jan. 22 (Xinhua) -- China's top political advisor Jia Qinglin Friday asked Shanghai, the economic center of the country, to upgrade its growth pattern through technology innovation and environmental protection.In a working tour in Shanghai, Jia, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, said the city should use the upcoming World Expo as a "historical chance" to readjust its growth model and strive for stable and relatively fast economic growth. Jia Qinglin (front), chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, inspects the control center of Yangtze River Bridge-tunnel in Shanghai municipality of east China, Jan. 22, 2010The city on Thursday held the 100-day countdown for the six-month-long mega event.Jia stressed the importance of industrial upgrading, brand marketing, research and development during visits to a shipbuilding factory of the China State Shipbuilding Corporation and the Shanghai Zhenhua Port Machinery Co. Ltd.. Jia Qinglin (front L), chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, inspects Shanghai Zhenhua Port Machinery Corp., in Shanghai municipality of east China, Jan. 22, 2010.

BEIJING, Feb. 2 (Xinhua) -- China should further step up social spending to push forward reforms such as health care, welfare and education to sustain its economic growth, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said in a report on Tuesday.Although China's reforms have increasingly focused on the need for social cohesion in recent years, said the report, more efforts are still needed in various areas to improve people's living standards over a longer term.The fragmented system of welfare assistance, pension and health care should be unified, it said, stressing reforms on health care should be continued so as to ensure that provision at local levels is improved and eventually the different insurance systems are unified, it said.It also said China's registration system and restrictions on migrant workers' access to social services create obstacles to labor mobility, therefore should be relaxed.OECD groups 30 nations, mostly wealthy European countries, along with Canada, the United States, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Mexico and Turkey.The report, the second of its kind since 2005, said China is now leading the world economy out of recession with the help of the massive stimulus package."The Chinese government's swift and vigorous action to support its economy has contained the impact of the global recession," said Pier Carlo Padoan, chief economist and deputy secretary general of the OECD.China may overtake the United States to become the leading producer of manufactured goods in the next five to seven years, the report said.However, Zhang Zhigang, chief economist of the Center for International Economic Exchanges, said that to well study China one should not be confined to consider the country's aggregated economic volume but take into account the per capital economic volume, as China is a very populous nation of 1.3 billion people."It is true that China is capable of putting man in space, but on the other hand, in much of its underdeveloped inland areas, oxen are still used to plough the farm", said Zhang at a ceremony to launch the survey.While stressing the rapid expansion of the Chinese economy, the report also touched upon some of the weak points China faces, including the country's over-reliance on foreign-sourced technology embodied in foreign direct investment.The contribution added-value made to research and development was only one-tenth of that in the United States in 2005, according to the 232-page survey.As for financial and monetary issues, it said China will "eventually require a flexible exchange rate regime with open capital markets".Greater flexibility of the yuan exchange rate could not be achieved in a short period of time and it requires a step-by-step approach with supporting reforms in the financial areas, said Padoan in an interview with Xinhua.

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BEIJING, Feb. 2 (Xinhua) -- China should further step up social spending to push forward reforms such as health care, welfare and education to sustain its economic growth, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said in a report on Tuesday.Although China's reforms have increasingly focused on the need for social cohesion in recent years, said the report, more efforts are still needed in various areas to improve people's living standards over a longer term.The fragmented system of welfare assistance, pension and health care should be unified, it said, stressing reforms on health care should be continued so as to ensure that provision at local levels is improved and eventually the different insurance systems are unified, it said.It also said China's registration system and restrictions on migrant workers' access to social services create obstacles to labor mobility, therefore should be relaxed.OECD groups 30 nations, mostly wealthy European countries, along with Canada, the United States, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Mexico and Turkey.The report, the second of its kind since 2005, said China is now leading the world economy out of recession with the help of the massive stimulus package."The Chinese government's swift and vigorous action to support its economy has contained the impact of the global recession," said Pier Carlo Padoan, chief economist and deputy secretary general of the OECD.China may overtake the United States to become the leading producer of manufactured goods in the next five to seven years, the report said.However, Zhang Zhigang, chief economist of the Center for International Economic Exchanges, said that to well study China one should not be confined to consider the country's aggregated economic volume but take into account the per capital economic volume, as China is a very populous nation of 1.3 billion people."It is true that China is capable of putting man in space, but on the other hand, in much of its underdeveloped inland areas, oxen are still used to plough the farm", said Zhang at a ceremony to launch the survey.While stressing the rapid expansion of the Chinese economy, the report also touched upon some of the weak points China faces, including the country's over-reliance on foreign-sourced technology embodied in foreign direct investment.The contribution added-value made to research and development was only one-tenth of that in the United States in 2005, according to the 232-page survey.As for financial and monetary issues, it said China will "eventually require a flexible exchange rate regime with open capital markets".Greater flexibility of the yuan exchange rate could not be achieved in a short period of time and it requires a step-by-step approach with supporting reforms in the financial areas, said Padoan in an interview with Xinhua.

ZURICH, Switzerland, Jan. 25 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang arrived here on Monday, kicking off his formal visit to Switzerland. He will also attend this year's World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos.During the past 60 years, Li said in a written statement upon arrival, the bilateral relations between China and Switzerland have enjoyed tremendous progress, with frequent top-level official exchanges, fruitful cooperation in trade and economy, deepened exchanges in various fields and smooth communication and coordination in dealing with international and regional issues.Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang delivers a speech during a dinner party held by the Economiesuisse, the Swiss Business Federation, at Zurich, Switzerland on Jan. 25, 2010. Li Keqiang arrived here on Monday for a four-day official visit to Switzerland, during which he will also attend this year's World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in DavosSwitzerland recognized the People's Republic of China in 1950, becoming one of the earliest countries in western Europe to do so and to establish diplomatic ties with the new China, Li noted.The development of bilateral ties enjoys great potential and has a broad prospect, he added.Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (L) shakes hands with Gerold Buehrer, president of Economiesuisse during a dinner party held by the Economiesuisse, the Swiss Business Federation, at Zurich on Jan. 25, 2010. Li Keqiang arrived here on Monday for a four-day official visit to Switzerland, during which he will also attend this year's World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in DavosDuring the visit, Li is scheduled to hold talks with Swiss President Doris Leuthard and WEF President Klaus Shwab, and will have a dialogue with leading figures in the business circle.The Chinese vice premier believed that his visit will help further mutual political trust, enhance the traditional friendship, elevate bilateral trade and economic cooperation to a higher level, and continue to push the ties forward.Prior to the trip, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister He Yafei briefed the media that Li will exchange opinions with the Swiss authorities on bilateral relations, sum up the successful experiences of the development of bilateral ties for the past 60 years and discuss new ways on furthering the ties in order to inject new impetus into bilateral cooperation in various fields.In his planned address at the WEF annual meeting, Li will mainly brief participants about China's domestic economic situation, the Chinese government's policy, the achievement made through China's efforts to deal with the economy and society.Li will also elaborate China's stand on some global issues such as global governance and the world's joint response to climate change, and call for an all-round, sustained and balanced growth of the world's economy. Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (L) and Gerold Buehrer, president of Economiesuisse step into the room during a dinner party held by the Economiesuisse, the Swiss Business Federation, at Zurich on Jan. 25, 2010. Li Keqiang arrived here on Monday for a four-day official visit to Switzerland, during which he will also attend this year's World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos

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LONDON, March 14 (Xinhua) -- China's efforts of switching economic growth pattern would help to make an overall more stable world economy, said John Hawksworth, head of macroeconomics of PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC), one of the world's four largest accounting firms.He told Xinhua in a recent interview that this would also ultimately be good for China in the long term. There will be a reduction in the global trade imbalances in the long run with China's efforts of shifting economic growth pattern.China's adjustment important for world economyHawksworth said that China plays its part in making these adjustments, which is important for the long-term stability of the world economy. That is because China is a very important player, the world's biggest economy after the United State.Meanwhile, he emphasized that other economies should also make adjustments and play their parts for the world economy.He said that the United States need to control its high level of government borrowing. The same applies to European countries with high levels of borrowing."So all the main economies need to adjust and China is an very important element in the overall adjustment process," said Hawksworth.He was optimistic about the prospects for China in the efforts of shifting its economic growth pattern."It will remain a very strong growing economy and I'm optimistic that it will meet challenges and will continue to increase its relative importance in the world economy over the next 10 or 20 years," he said.Long-term process for China to shift economic growth patternWith regards to the main reasons for China to shift its economic growth pattern, Hawksworth said that in the long run China wants to promote consumer spending as a big driver of growth.China has been quite reliant on exports and investment in the past, he said. "Ultimately as China becomes a bigger part of the world economy, it can't continue to grow exports as fast as before. Also opportunities for more and more investment will be increasing. ""In the long run, you'll be better if more of China's growth would be dependent on consumer spending," he said.However, he said that China can not suddenly switch to consumer spending. "It has to be a long-term process and would also depend on other types of policies."For example, he said providing better healthcare provision at the moment is quite important because Chinese households are concerned about their future health care and therefore don't like to spend money.He also said that it might be encouraged by gradual move towards an increase in the Chinese exchange rate which would tend to reduce the price of imports and therefore boost consumption and boost the household spending power."It is a combination of policies which can't be done overnight, there has to be a long-term process over 10 years or more to gradually take effect," said Hawksworth.Short- and long-term challenges for ChinaAt the same time, Hawksworth said China is facing some short- and long-term challenges in the process of shifting its economic growth pattern.As for the short-term challenges, he said that China has obviously put a lot of emphasis on government spending and investment to stimulate the economy during the global financial crisis."Although that has been quite successful, it may also have led to some dangers of an overheating with increases in property prices and asset prices," he warned.He said that is a short-term problem which really requires a gradual tightening of monetary policy. Some restrictions on bank lending are also needed to avoid this asset price bubble getting out of control.In his view, the long-term challenge is about moving towards an economy that is more driven by household spending."This is partly about encouraging households to feel more confident about the future, about providing better healthcare from the state or better pensions to the households," he said.

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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