MADRID, 27 Jun. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Chinese Premier Li Qiang said on Tuesday that China will continue to lead global economic growth during his opening speech at the Davos Summer Forum in Tianjin, north China.
According to the prime minister, China expects a growth of 5 percent of the GDP for the second quarter of the year, being stronger than in the previous quarter, of 4.5 percent, according to the newspaper 'South China Morning Post'.
Li has assured that calls by the "West" to "eliminate risk" from China are a "false proposition", and has stated that companies must make their own decisions in times of "economic challenge", and that in no way In any case, the government should intervene and politicize such decisions.
In addition, he has reiterated that China "will remain committed" to a more open market economy, and that his country will further boost domestic demand.
The prime minister has reiterated how "beneficial it can be for all" the defense of the market economy and free trade.