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Chinese president to speak at APEC meeting


15:42, August 30, 2012

BEIJING, Aug. 30 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Hu Jintao is to put forward proposals on strengthening the world economy and development in the Asia-Pacific region, a foreign ministry official said here on Thursday.

Ma Zhaoxu, assistant minister of foreign affairs, said at a press briefing that Hu will deliver a speech at the the 20th informal economic leaders' meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) slated for Sept. 6 to 9 in Vladivostok of Russia.

In his speech, Hu will elaborate on China's stance on the topics of this year's meeting, which will focus on trade and investment liberalization, regional economic integration, food security, reliable supply chains and innovative growth. He will also review APEC development over the past more than two decades and cast light on the future of APEC.

Ma said the Chinese president will also deliver a keynote speech at the APEC CEO summit. In it, Hu will introduce the economic situation and policy of China. He will also make proposals on developing infrastructure as regional economies strive to stabilize growth and promote recovery.

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