Chinese people are living in peace and harmony, which is the result of the work of the CPC. It is also something that we should learn from China, that if you put your people’s interest first, you are capable of achieving remarkable results.
In the next period, China-Africa economic and trade cooperation should move from a stage where scale is the primary goal to one that focuses on efficiency, health, safety and sustainability.
There is no doubt that China has set a global record in the fight against poverty which offers Africa an opportunity to learn and to build a strong socio-economic foundation for the future prosperity of its people.
The pact aims to liberalize trade and investment across the Asia-Pacific region by lowering tariffs that will likely be eliminated on 86 percent of industrial goods exported from Japan to China and laying out new rules on government procurement, competition and policy for e-commerce.