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    Saturday, September 23, 2006

    CHINA: BIG DOG BARKS

    China calls for stable international environment for energy security
    Xinhua, September 17, 2006 (People’s Daily Online via Yahoo News)
    - Governor of the Peoples Bank of China Zhou Xiaochuan Sunday called on all sides involved to strengthen negotiation to promote the resolution of international and regional disputes, and create a stable international environment to ensure energy security.

    - Speaking at the 14th meeting of International Monetary and Financial Committee of the Board of Governors of IMF held in Singapore Sunday, Zhou said that the global economy is expected to remain robust growth in 2007, but there are downside risks, including the high oil and raw material prices, high pressure of inflation...

    - Zhou called for all countries involved to take their responsibilities to facilitate an early resumption of the negotiations with stronger political will…he also urged developed countries to pace up their aid to low-income countries, and bring their official development aid to poor countries to 0.7 percent of their GNP, as set by the United Nations…He noted that China will continue to provide assistance to other low-income developing countries commensurate with its capacity…

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