China to create favorable investment environment for foreign firms: vice premier

07:49, March 31, 2010      

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China will continue to deepen its opening-up policy and strive to create favorable investment environment for foreign companies, Vice Premier Wang Qishan said on Tuesday.

Wang made the remarks while meeting with former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin, who is in Beijing to attend an annual China-France economic seminar along with a delegation of French businessmen.

China's reform and opening-up policy has brought benefits to the Chinese people and made important contribution to the world economy, said Wang.

The 16th China-France economic seminar is due to open on Wednesday.

"From 1995 till now, the economic seminar has become a platform and window for China and France to carry out economic cooperation," said Wang.

Wang also hoped the two countries could further enhance exchanges and cooperation to push forward their all-round strategic partnership.

Raffarin said French business circles would cooperate with the Chinese side in areas like energy, environmental protection and aviation so as to achieve win-win outcomes.

Source: Xinhua
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