Consul General Mr. Tang Guocai Attends Asian Economic Dialogue
From February 28th to March 1st, the Asian Economic Dialogue, jointly organized by the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Pune International Center, was held in Pune. Mr.Tang Guocai, Chinese Consul General in Mumbai, was invited to attend the event and deliver a speech there. Commercial Counselor Liu Mingming, Consul Zuo Xiaobo, Consul Wang Ang, and Deputy Consul Sun Xianpu attended the event

 

Mr. Tang briefed the audience on the latest progress of China's fight against the COVID-19 epidemic, emphasizing that the Chinese people have united as one under the strong leadership of the CPC Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping at its core, and China adopts the most comprehensive, strictest and thorough prevention and control measures. China Power, China Speed, and China Practice set a new benchmark for world epidemic prevention and control. A short video on epidemic prevention was broadcast and pictures of the WHO affirming China's fight against epidemic were displayed through PPT.

 

Mr. Tang pointed out that China, on the one hand fights against the epidemic, while on the other hand revitalizes its economy. The impact of the epidemic on China's economy is temporary. China's economic resilience, especially its infrastructure and innovation momentum, are strong. The long-term positive fundamentals of the Chinese economy will not change. The southeast coast of China, such as Shanghai and Guangdong, and southwestern India, such as Mumbai and Pune, are manufacturing centers and front-runners for reform and development. He also showcased the latest research report, "Reinvigorating China's Economy", released by the Shanghai Institute of International Studies.

 

Mr. Tang said that human beings live together in the global village, and the global industrial value chain is closely linked. Cooperation among countries is the only way to ensure the stability of the industrial chain. We should uphold the concept of a community with shared future for mankind. In particular, the theme of the Dialogue is focused on Asian development. As the developing countries with the largest populations, China and India have shared responsibilities. Without the rise of China and India, the Asian century will not come true.

 

Mr. Tang subsequently gave interviews to media. The Times of India published a special report "After the epidemic, the economy will be stronger" on the event.   
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