In a speech to be included in the next issue of Vital Speeches International, China vice president Xi Jinping makes the country's economic policy quite clear:
What we have is an open world and an open global economy. Under such circumstances, countries need to develop an open economy if the were to accelerate development. The pace of growth of an open economy hinges on how wide it opens, and its prospect is determined by how well it opens. China will expand the breadth and depth of opening-up to deepen opening-up along the coast, accelerate opening-up in the hinterland and upgrade opening-up of the border regions. We will promote reform, development and people's living standards all through opening-up.
Any questions? Yeah, I didn't think so.