BEIJING, Dec. 17 (Reporter Wang Yuan), Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council met with the delegates of the Third International Conference on "Understanding China" in the Great Hall of the People on the afternoon of December 17 and discussed with them. More than 30 world-renowned former politicians, strategists, entrepreneurs and academics participated.
Li Keqiang listened to the statements made by former Mexican President Cedillo, former British Prime Minister Brown, former Danish Prime Minister Schmidt, former Greek Prime Minister Papandreou and former Director-General Lamy of the World Trade Organization, and answered their questions.
Li Keqiang said that China appreciates the efforts made by the delegates to promote exchanges between China and the world. President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to the meeting. This year marks the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening up. Over the past 40 years, China has made remarkable achievements in its development, not only for the benefit of the Chinese people, but also for the benefit of the world. This is the result of the Chinese people's hard work and hard work.
In the past, China's development relied on reform and opening up, and in the future, it relied on reform and opening up. We will continue to deepen reform, further expand opening up, create a business environment in which domestic and foreign enterprises are treated equally and compete fairly, strictly protect intellectual property rights, and devote ourselves to developing a higher level of open economy.
China has the conditions and ability to meet various risks and challenges, maintain stable economic operation and promote high-quality development.