Chinese vice premier meets former British PM Blair

08:37, March 29, 2011      

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Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan met in Beijing on Monday with former British prime minister Tony Blair.

They exchanged views on issues regarding global economic situation, energy and environmental protection.

Blair is visiting China as guest of the Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs. Earlier on Monday he attended the launch ceremony of a environmental protection program in Beijing, entitled "China Redesign".

The three-year program, launched by the Climate Group, aims to help Chinese cities develop and implement low-carbon growth strategies and meet the emission reduction objectives of China's 12th Five Year Plan. Blair is one of the initiators of the Climate Group.

Source: Xinhua
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