Li Keqiang Quotes

  1. China-Pakistan relationship is indeed special because it transcends the changes of the times and politics and represents a fine example of friendly state-to-state interactions.
  2. Urbanization is not about simply increasing the number of urban residents or expanding the area of cities. More importantly, it’s about a complete change from rural to urban style in terms of industry structure, employment, living environment and social security.
  3. I was a student at Peking University for close to a decade, while a so-called ‘knowledge explosion’ was rapidly expanding. I was searching for not just knowledge, but also to mold a temperament, to cultivate a scholarly outlook.
  4. Since entering the new century, China and Africa have seized the historic opportunities presented by the deepening of globalization, worked together and helped each other to achieve a win-win outcome.
  5. China’s development benefits other countries.
  6. Ultimately, stable growth will ensure that urban and rural incomes increase and people’s lives improve.
  7. The world today needs both western thinking and oriental vision.
  8. I wish to reiterate solemnly China’s continued firm support to Pakistan in its efforts to uphold independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity.
  9. Enterprises of different ownerships should all enjoy fair opportunities and conditions to compete in the market.
  10. Those who refuse to reform may not make mistakes, but they will be blamed for not assuming their historical responsibility.
  11. China is committed to work with other countries for a solution to the global challenge of energy and resources.
  12. We can’t have it so there are skyscrapers side by side with slums.
  13. When it comes to Pakistan, the first word that comes to the mind of the Chinese is ‘iron brother.’ To us Chinese, Pakistan is always a trustworthy friend who is as solid as iron. Actually, Chinese netizens refer to Pakistan as ‘Iron Pak.’ This testifies to the strength of China-Pakistan friendship.
  14. China-Africa relationship has a long history and is full of vitality. Since the 1950s and 1960s, our common historical experiences have brought China and Africa together, and we have forged deep friendship in our joint struggle during which we have supported each other in times of difficulty.
  15. China’s reform and opening-up programme and Europe’s integration process have both contributed significantly to global peace, development, and prosperity. China firmly supports the integration of Europe and regards the E.U. as a strategic partner that deserves our confidence.
  16. When there’s downward pressure on growth, one choice is to adjust economic policy, increase deficits, relax monetary policy. That might have a short-term benefit, but may not be beneficial for the future.
  17. In fighting the debt crisis, E.U. countries have enhanced co-operation and carried out reform with tremendous courage. This is laudable.
  18. We live in a global village. No country can live in isolation of others like Robinson Crusoe.
  19. Governments at all levels and the whole society should act more vigorously to protect the land our lives depend on.
  20. Poverty and backwardness in the midst of clear waters and verdant mountains is no good, nor is it to have prosperity and wealth while the environment deteriorates.
  21. As a developing country, China needs a favorable neighbouring and international environment for its modernisation.
  22. The African people and tribal chiefs are hospitable, and African music and dances are invigorating.
  23. With its population making up one fifth of the world’s total, China offers a market with enormous potential.
  24. China continues to welcome foreign investment, and the door will open even further.
  25. When ‘designed in Europe’ is combined with ‘made in China’ and when European technologies are applied to the Chinese market, there will be amazing results.
  26. I believe that the United Kingdom can stay at the forefront in leading the world’s growth and development and also continue to play an important and even bigger role for regional stability and global peace.
  27. I’m afraid sometimes certain individual cases of defaults are unavoidable. What we should do is to step up monitoring, properly handle relevant matters, and ensure there is no regional and systemic financial risk.
  28. The market is the creator of social wealth and the wellspring of self-sustaining economic development.
  29. China and India are friendly neighbours. We are also natural partners. Both of our countries stand for amicable and peaceful relations between countries and a multipolar world. The peaceful and friendly relations between our two countries is a blessing not just to Asia, but to also the whole world.
  30. No matter how senior an official is, if he violates party discipline and the law of the country, he will be seriously dealt with and punished.
  31. When I visit local communities, people often complain that they need the approval of several dozen government departments to get something done or to start a business, and people are quite frustrated about this.
  32. Openness has been vital to Asia’s fast growth in the past and it will continue to be crucial for the area’s further development.
  33. We need to leave to the market and society what they can do well.
  34. In this Internet age of shared information, even if you don’t tell the people, they will find out.
  35. Smog is affecting larger parts of China, and environmental pollution has become a major problem, which is nature’s red-light warning against the model of inefficient and blind development.
  36. Stable growth ensures employment.
  37. China is not looking for a trade surplus but wants to import more French goods.
  38. The world today is anything but trouble-free.
  39. India and China have not shied away from addressing boundary questions, have wisdom to find a fair and mutually acceptable solution… We have been able to put all issues on the table.
  40. Innovation is the running theme and spirit of the policies adopted by the Chinese government, and it is the banner that we will always hold high.
  41. Development and prosperity of the world cannot happen without the simultaneous development of India and China.
  42. Many people in the world believe that in the 21st century, the Asia-Pacific – Asia in particular – will play a more important role in global economy and politics and that Asia will become an important engine for the world economy.
  43. In pursuing reform, we have to navigate uncharted waters. We may also have to confront protracted problems because we will have to shake up vested interests.
  44. In my view, Asian countries have learnt the lessons from the past and significantly enhanced their capabilities to fend off risks.
  45. We must keep prices under control to ensure that price increases do not exert a major negative impact on people’s lives.
  46. I want the voice of developing countries to be stronger.
  47. China is still a developing country with a myriad of tasks and challenges.
  48. It is fair to say that Africa has become a major force in moving the world towards multi-polarity, an important emerging market that helps promote global economic recovery and integration, and an outstanding representative of diverse civilizations in the world.
  49. China not only does not support hacking but also opposes it.
  50. The term ‘Xiaokang’ is used today to refer to a society where people can receive education, get paid through work, have access to medical services and old-age support, have a shelter and more than enough food and clothing, and lead a well-off life.
  51. In the past, proactive fiscal polices almost always meant just more investment and an increase in the fiscal deficit.
  52. Africa has a time-honored and brilliant civilization.
  53. When neighbours interact with each other, it is only natural that sometimes they will run into problems of some kind or another. As long as they respect each other, properly manage differences, and pursue mutual benefits, there will be harmonious sound instead of jarring noises.
  54. Changes call for innovation, and innovation leads to progress.
  55. The Chinese economy has huge potential and flexibility.
  56. No matter who you are or what you intend to do, you should not exceed the boundaries of the rule of law.
  57. Reform is ‘the biggest dividend’ for China.
  58. Reforming is about curbing government power. It is a self-imposed revolution; it will require real sacrifice, and it will be painful.
  59. There are many countries in the world that when they reached the middle-income stage, they witnessed serious structural problems such as growth stagnation, a widening wealth gap and increasing social unrest.
  60. Pakistan is the first South Asian country to sign a free trade agreement and currency swap agreement with China.
  61. The growth that we want is one that brings real benefits to the people, raises quality and efficiency of development, and contributes to energy conservation and environmental protection.

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