Delegation of Chinese economists discusses economic cooperation with Japanese counterparts

TOKYO- A delegation of Chinese economists headed by China’s former Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao paid a visit to Japan on April 22-26, conducting extensive exchanges with Japanese politicians, businessmen, academics and lawmakers.

During the visit to Japan, the delegation and the Japanese ministry of finance jointly held a high-level seminar on China-Japan economic cooperation, during which they had in-depth discussions on the global economic situation, the G20 Osaka summit, and other issues.

The delegation had extensive exchanges on topics including China-Japan relations, economic and trade cooperation, global economic governance with the heads of Japanese business associations, financial institutions, research institutes, as well as Japanese lawmakers.

The Japanese representatives said that Chinese President Xi Jinping’s attendance at the Group of 20 Osaka summit is highly expected, as his presence is crucial to the success of the summit.They said that at present China-Japan relations are back on the right track. The two sides should seize the opportunity to further deepen economic and trade cooperation, jointly

promote infrastructure construction under the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative and third-party cooperation, and support cooperation within the framework of the rules-based multilateral economic system.The visit of the Chinese economists delegation has drawn great attention from all walks of life in Japan.

Japan National Press Club held a press conference for the delegation and the visit was widely covered by Japan’s mainstream media.Long Yongtu, China’s former deputy minister of commerce, Lin Yifu, dean of Peking University’s New Structural Economics Research Center and some other economists also participated in the visit.

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