With the participation of Iraq, china's second international import fair opened tuesday in Shanghai, China.
Speaking at the opening of the fair, Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged that China will adopt five measures to promote higher-level openness:
Continue to expand the openness of the market.
Further improving the framework of openness.
Further improving the business environment.
Further deepening bilateral and multilateral cooperation.
- Continue the joint construction of the belt and road.
"He believes that China, which is expected to have brighter economic development prospects, will provide other countries with more opportunities in terms of market, investment and growth," Xi said.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said his country would also work to further facilitate foreign investment's access to the market and reduce the negative list.
He noted that the continued work to improve the business environment to make it more market-oriented, law-based and international.
"His country has made remarkable achievements in the past 70 years since the founding of New China, especially during the country's 40-year reform and opening-up process," he said. From China's development approach, we realized that China would only perform well when the world was doing well and vice versa."
"In a short time, the exhibition started from scratch and quickly attracted a large number of countries and companies from all over the world," Shi continued, noting that it "has become a fundamental initiative in the history of world trade and an important platform for international cooperation in the new era."
"By proactively establishing the fair and expanding imports, China is taking the initiative to pursue a new round of high-level openness and deepening international cooperation in support of the Belt and Road Initiative and the common strengthening of an open global economy."
He also expressed the hope that different countries could strengthen cooperation and strengthen global economic development.