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Chinese President receives written interview with BRICS media

(Xinhua)

08:29, March 29, 2012

BEIJING, March 28 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Hu Jintao on Wednesday received written interview with BRICS media on questions concerning the upcoming fourth BRICS summit, the emerging markets and developing countries' impact on the international landscape, role of BRICS cooperation in global governance, and China's relations with other BRICS members.

The media including Brazil's Jornal Comercio, Russian Newspaper, the Hindu of India, China's People's Daily and South Africa's Business Day.

Question 1: The fourth BRICS Summit will be held from March 28 to 29 in New Delhi, India. What is China' s expectation for the summit?

The fourth BRICS Summit is held against the backdrop of continued profound and complex changes in the international situation, uncertain prospects in world economic recovery and steadily rising status and role of emerging markets and developing countries in international affairs. It is yet another major event in the ongoing BRICS cooperation. India, the host country, has worked effectively in preparing for the summit. China will work with other BRICS members to push for positive outcomes of the summit.

China hopes that the summit will continue to display the BRICS spirit of unity and win-win partnership, continue to enhance coordination and cooperation on global economy, finance, development and other major issues of common interest, push forward practical cooperation in various fields, send a joint message of confidence for world economic stability and recovery, provide impetus for improved global economic governance and make a contribution to common development in the whole world. We also hope that the summit will help strengthen institutional building of BRICS cooperation, map out plans for the future, and lay a solid foundation for the long-term growth of BRICS cooperation.

I look forward to meeting with other BRICS leaders in New Delhi to discuss how we can best enhance our cooperation and bring about a better future together.

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