Premier Li Keqiang has met with foreign experts and business leaders at the Global Think Tank summit held in Beijing.
Li said China is capable of maintaining mid-to-high-speed growth despite challenges. He pledged to make full use of China’s strong production capacity in bilateral cooperation with countries, to continuously revitalize the global economy.
The Premier also said that since the UN Millennium Development Goals were set decades ago, China has made lots of progress in fields such as education, gender equality, health and environmental protection.
The two-day summit provides a platform for exchanges among think tanks across the world. More than 50 experts from world renowned think tanks and research centers meet to offer opinions on issues such as global climate change and China’s economy.