China is open to any mechanism that follows the rules of the World Trade Organization and can boost the economic integration of the Asia-Pacific region, said a Foreign Ministry spokesperson on Thursday.
China's top auditing authority said on Thursday that 23.7 percent of construction projects it audited in August were behind schedule, even though the government has repeatedly stressed their importance in supporting growth.
After its participation in the UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti, China has continued to help the country rebuild from the 2010 earthquake, which killed more than 220,000 people and displaced 1.5 million.
China has been achieving good results from its recent financial reforms while becoming the world’s second-largest economy, and the world should have a balanced attitude toward China’s growth, experts say.
The BRICS countries need to enhance communication and speak uniformly on international affairs, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in a speech at a foreign ministers meeting of the BRICS countries at UN headquarters in New York on Tuesday.