Davos forum debates China's prominent role (4)

10:09, January 28, 2011      

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"Some Western officials have a three-pronged strategy against China - hype its growth, use its wallet, and at the same time, constrain its development," he added.

Some analysts said China, like many other emerging nations, is also facing growing inflationary pressure.

The four-day forum in the Swiss Alps brings together at least 35 national leaders, including the presidents of Russia and France, and more than 1,400 business chiefs. The number of participants from these two countries is bigger than ever, Reuters reported.

However, the 66-strong Chinese group is still dwarfed by the delegations of other countries, with the US sending 700, the UK 300 and India 100, the Wall Street Journal reported. But it still marks a big contrast from 2001, when Beijing sent just three people, it said.

The four main topics for discussion this year are Responding to the New Reality, The Economic Outlook and Defining Policies for Inclusive Growth, Supporting the G20 Agenda, and Building a Sustainable Risk Response Network, Xinhua reported.

Liu Linlin and Zhu Shanshan contributed to this story

Source: Global Times

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