Chinese Premier discusses trade with Professor Klaus Schwab

Chris Parker
Head of Digital Media, World Economic Forum
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang made the case for more free trade when he met Professor Klaus Schwab, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, in China last week.

“Trade protectionism is a blind alley, while the creation of an open, free and fair trading environment is the right path toward an economic recovery,” Premier Li said.

Premier Li was meeting Professor Klaus Schwab ahead of the Annual Meeting of the New Champions in September.

Image: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) meets with World Economic Forum Chairman Klaus Schwab in Beijing, June 14, 2013. Photo: China Daily


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