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China's voice on August 21, 2012

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08:54, August 21, 2012

Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (R) meets with Albanian Foreign Minister Edmond Panariti in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 20, 2012. (Xinhua/Li Tao)

China's voice on August 21, 2012

Chinese vice premier calls for closer cooperation with Albania

Vice Premier Li Keqiang met with Albanian Foreign Minister Edmond Panariti here on Monday, calling for further cooperation between both countries.

"The two countries have achieved positive results in economic, trade,cultural and social cooperation," Li said.

"China is willing to work with Albania to further promote trade and mutual investment and enhance cooperation in infrastructure, tourism, culture and education," he added.[Read More]

China wants U.S. policies on renewable energy corrected

The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) is demanding the United States to remove supporting measures for its renewable energy industry, accusing it of violating the World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.[Read More]

"Some of the technologies may be too costly to develop in Third World countries, but accordingly, there is need to adopt an innovative approach focusing on understanding those aspects that are likely to have immediate relevance in addressing challenges in our national development," Dzinotyiweyi said.[Read More]


Chinese state councilor speaks on Sino-Russian ties, Syria

Visiting Chinese State Councilor Dai Bingguo described Sino-Russian ties as flourishing and outlined China's stance on Syria in a newspaper interview Monday[Read More]

Dai told Russian state newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta the two counties had witnessed a healthy development in bilateral ties in the 10 years since they forged their strategic cooperative partnership.[Read More]

Dai said the two countries should strive toward raising bilateral trade volume to 100 billion U.S. dollars by 2015, promoting people-to-people exchanges and cooperation and enhancing coordination in global affairs.[Read More]

Regarding the current civil war in Syria, Dai said China had denounced any kind of terrorism and violence targeted at innocent civilians.

China believed the key to fundamentally ending the Syria crisis was to stick to a political approach and urge all sides to exercise an immediate and full-scale ceasefire, he said.[Read More]

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