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Xi Jinping quotes
Grasp the enforcement of the reform mission.
Don't go in for grandiose projects or rashly put up establishments.
We will strive to build new model of major country relations with the United States, a comprehensive strategic partnership of coordination with Russia, a partnership for peace, growth, reform among different civilizations and a partnership of unity and cooperation with BRICS countries.
Then you have to look at the types of stories that are being told when you have these diverse casts, to look at whether it deals with gender issues, or it's dealing with sexuality issues or class issues, … there's still so much to still be dealt with, to be worked on, to be just looked as a whole.
Yet there has been progress made definitely.
No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war. The tapestry of film has become more diverse. I think we also have to look behind the camera. It's become more diverse, but there is still a lot of room for growth, room for growth in both areas and all these areas.
We must remain committed to promoting free trade and investment through opening up, and say no to protectionism. Pursuing protectionism is like locking oneself in a dark room. While wind and rain may be kept outside, so are light and air ... No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war.
We will expand the openness of our service sector and general manufacturing industry to provide more investment opportunities for foreign businesses and create a sound legal and policy environment a legal playing field.
Pursuing protectionism is just like locking oneself in a dark room. While wind and rain may be kept outside so are light and air. No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war.
It is true that economic globalization created new problems, but this is no justification to write off economic globalization altogether.
No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war.
Economic globalization used to be seen as the treasure cave found by Ali Baba in the Arabian Nights but now it has become the Pandora's Box in the eyes of many. The point I want to make is that many of the problems troubling the world are not caused by globalization.
All signatories should stick to it instead of walking away from it, as this is a responsibility we must assume for future generations.
China has no intention to boost its trade competitiveness by devaluing the renminbi, still less will it launch a currency war.
The two countries will strive to maintain world peace and stability, promote common development and jointly maintain a global trade system which is open and tolerant. We will push global governance toward a fairer and more reasonable direction.
The basic interests of the people of both countries and the world need China and the United States to work hard, to form a long-term, stable cooperative relationship.
In terms of intellectual manufacturing, finance, insurance, energy conservation, environmental protection, energy generation, electricity, food and medicine, Switzerland has advanced technology and... expertise and could be a new partner for innovation for China.
Protectionism, populism and de-globalization are on the rise. It's not good for closer economic cooperation globally.
On this new year, I am most concerned about the difficulties of the masses: how they eat, how they live, whether they can have a good New Year, or a good Spring Festival.
One country, two systems' is a new undertaking, and it's normal that in its practice new situations and problems may arise.
China will increase environmental inspections and punish polluters.
Overall, we would like to see the China-U.S. relationship move ahead in a stable and sustained manner.
The presidential election has taken place in the United States and we are now in a key moment. We on the Chinese side are watching the situation very closely. Now it is in the transition period.
Castro "made immortal historical contributions to the development of socialism around the world.
Closed and inclusive arrangements are not the right choice.
We meet at a hinge moment in the China-U.S. relationship.
Mr. President, I would like to commend you for the active efforts you've made to grow this relationship.
Emerging markets and developing countries should have a bigger say. No internet hegemony should be allowed. Nor should the governance be led by one or some parties.
At present, there is an important opportunity and huge potential in China-U.S. cooperation.
We will never allow any individual, any group and any party to separate any piece of Chinese territory from China in any way at any time.
I place great importance on the China-U.S. relationship, and look forward to working with you to uphold the principles of non-conflict, non-confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation.
If you don't give offense to corrupt elements, then you will give offense to China's 1.3 billion people.
Although we have weathered storms, the basis of our friendship and our desire for cooperation has not changed.
Becoming an aerospace power has always been a dream we've been striving for.
Both sides should increase political mutual trust, expand common interests and appropriately handle disputes.
The global recovery lacks momentum. We need to do more to unlock the potential for medium and long-term growth.
China "hopes the Australian side continues to dedicate itself to providing foreign investors a fair, transparent and predictable policy environment.
Mishandling the issue is not conducive to strategic stability in the region, and could intensify disputes.
Group of 20 countries should abide by their commitment to avoid taking new protectionist measures, strengthen investment policy cooperation and take effective action to promote trade growth.
It "speaks to the shared ambition and resolve of China and the United States in addressing global issues.
China will continue to firmly safeguard its sovereignty and maritime rights in the South China Sea. At the same time, it will persist in peacefully resolving disputes through consultations with parties directly involved.
China has great confidence in Brazil's development prospects, as well as confidence in cooperation between China and Brazil.
We will resolutely oppose Taiwan independence splitist forces.
What is important is to refrain from taking differences as excuses for confrontation.
China will redouble efforts.
As a close neighbor of the peninsula, we will absolutely not permit war or chaos on the peninsula. This situation would not benefit anyone.
In regard to capacity cuts, China's measure is the strongest and most practical, and we will fulfill our promises.
Hanging back means lost opportunities.
The logic that a strong country is bound to seek hegemony no longer applies and the willful use of force will lead nowhere.
China and Egypt are also planning 15 projects in electricity, infrastructure and transport with investments that could total $15 billion.
China supports Egypt's efforts to maintain stability, develop the economy and improve livelihoods, and supports Egypt to play an even greater role in international and regional affairs.
In August, last year there was almost a fear that the economy was in free-fall. There was no policy support. I think all that has changed. We will see the numbers going closer to 6.5 percent and more policy support. The policy setting has changed over the last two months. We're not going to see the kind of heartburn we saw last year.
Asia's financing needs for basic infrastructure are absolutely enormous.
Today is a relief rally on China's ability to stabilize their own markets and I believe China-inspired volatility will continue in 2016 because what they need to do is move to a freer market and they're having trouble letting go. You can't both do reform and maintain a 6.5 percent growth rate at the same time. ... The feedback loop is slowing global growth. That's one of the implications of low oil.
In the last 30 years of reforms and opening up, China's gross domestic product has posted annual growth of around 10 percent. Against this, 6.5 percent is not high, but it will be very difficult to achieve this pace of growth.
No country should pursue cyber hegemony, interfere in other nation's internal affairs, or engage in, connive at or support cyber activities that undermine the national security of other countries.
Developed countries should honour their commitment of mobilising $100 billion each year from 2020 and provide stronger financial support to developing countries.
Addressing climate change should not deny the legitimate needs of developing countries to reduce poverty and improve people's living standards.
China will propose discussion on establishing a global energy internet to facilitate efforts to meet the global power demand with clean and green alternatives.
China will exempt the debt of outstanding intergovernmental interest-free loans due by the end of 2015 owed by the relevant least developed countries, landlocked developing countries and small island developing countries.
Looking to the future, China will continue to take a right approach to justice and interests by putting justice before interests and join the other countries in the concerted efforts to realize the post-2015 development agenda.
China will never inflict its past suffering on any other nation.
The BRICS countries have abundant natural and human resources and large domestic markets, a high potential for development and political influence.
China and France are two nations with global influence. We have decided to reinforce our cooperation in proposing new ideas to establish a new international political order which is more equitable.
To be able to wage war, and win war, is the key to a strong military. The entire military must be constructed with waging war as its standard.
Our commitment to developing the China-US cooperative partnership should never waiver in the face of passing developments.