The Prime Minister Vowed To Make Strides In Opening Up
National FDI from January to October reached 943.15b yuan, a year-on-year increase of 17.8%. On Monday and Tuesday, during his inspection in Shanghai. The Prime Li Keqiang promised to increase the opening up of the Chinese market to foreign investors and strengthen the protection of intellectual property rights.
Li Keqiang emphasized that it is necessary to create a favorable environment for all kinds of market players. Use reform and opening up as the growth driver, and promote the stable operation of the economy.
He visited the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone and urged the Pilot Free Trade Zone to continue to innovate. Accumulate new experience, and set an example for the country.
Li Keqiang talked with senior executives of many foreign companies in the Intelligent Manufacturing Service Industrial Park. The promised to attract more foreign businessmen to invest in China.
According to data from the Ministry of Commerce, from January to October this year. Furthermore, direct investment in China reached 943.15 billion yuan (US$147.6 billion), a year-on-year increase of 17.8%. Foreign direct investment in the service industry was 752.52 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 20.3%.
Li Keqiang encourages Chinese companies to set their sights on the international market and enhance their competitiveness in the process of opening up the country.
Wen Jiabao emphasized that it is necessary to seize the opportunity of trade and investment liberalization. However, the facilitation brought by the regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement to expand the space for win-win cooperation.
When he inspected the Waigaoqiao Power Plant. He urged the power companies to make every effort to protect the lives of the people and meet the power needs of the companies.
He said that local authorities must increase support for enterprises, ensure that tax deferral policies are in place. Ensure a stable supply of coal for power generation, and avoid shutdown of production lines due to power outages.
The Prime Minister reiterated the need to promote cutting-edge technologies that can improve energy efficiency and clean and efficient use of coal in order to promote green and low-carbon development.
Li Zhaoxing also communicated with SME owners and assured them that China will continue to adopt policies to help them solve their difficulties.