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China an active supporter to European crisis settlement: Vice FM

(Xinhua)

10:07, December 12, 2011

VIENNA, Dec. 10 (Xinhua) -- China is one of the active supporters of the international community to European crisis settlement, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Fu Ying said here on Saturday.

Attending the fourth World Policy Conference, she voiced the hope that Europe could expand the mutually beneficial cooperation between Europe and China, and create a favorite condition for attracting investment from developing countries including China.

In the afternoon, Fu attended a seminar with the topic of "Europe as a laboratory for global governance" and answered questions from the attendants.

Asked if China and other BRICS countries should "rescue" Europe or not, she said that the word "rescue" often used by the European media could be misleading.

She said that as the world's largest economy, the European Union (EU) has strong real economy and much higher living standard than developing countries. Europe does not need a "savior" but international partners with a win-win relationship.

Currently, Europe is facing severe challenges such as the debt crisis and is actively seeking solutions. The EU is China's largest trading partner and one of the main sources of technology and investments. The settlement of crisis in Europe is closely related with not only the world but also China.

China has been expressing its confidence in the European economy and the euro, believing that Europe is able to find out solutions to the problems, she said.

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