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China hopes to work with other countries to realize common development: white paper

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16:53, September 06, 2011

BEIJING, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- China sincerely hopes to work with other countries to realize common development and prosperity, says a white paper titled as "China's Peaceful Development" issued on Tuesday.

Countries are becoming increasingly interdependent. Only when common development of all countries is realized and more people share the fruit of development, can world peace and stability have a solid foundation and be effectively guaranteed, and can development be sustainable in all countries, says the white paper.

"Therefore, China unswervingly follows a strategy of opening-up and mutual benefit. It pursues both its own interests and the common interests of mankind and works to ensure that its own development and the development of other countries are mutually reinforcing, thus promoting the common development of all countries", the white paper says.

The white paper briefs the most distinguished characters of the path of peaceful development as "scientific, independent, open, peaceful, cooperative and common development".

According to the white paper, viewed in the broader, global and historical context, the path of peaceful development may be defined as follows:

"China should develop itself through upholding world peace and contribute to world peace through its own development."

"It should achieve development with its own efforts and by carrying out reform and innovation; at the same time, it should open itself to the outside and learn from other countries."

"It should seek mutual benefit and common development with other countries in keeping with the trend of economic globalization, and it should work together with other countries to build a harmonious world of durable peace and common prosperity."

The white paper, released by the State Council Information Office, introduces the path, objective and foreign policy of the peaceful development and elaborates on what China's peaceful development means to the rest of the world.

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