China to introduce trade reforms
China is set to advance its reform policies and offer additional opportunities to multinational companies, Premier Li Keqiang told executives of Fortune Global 500 companies in Beijing.
Executives of IBM, Siemens, Standard Chartered Bank, Volkswagen and a few other companies discussed their views on China's financial cooperation, economic growth, innovations and other reforms.
The executives were present in Beijing to take part in the second annual Global CEO Council, reports the China Daily.
Li said that Economic upgrading and restructuring were the keys to healthy economic growth in China.
Financial institutions would play a major role in developing the economy, added Li.
Li said that China's reform policies and opening up would enhance China's economy and provide greater opportunities to multinational companies.
(Posted on 10-07-2014)
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