China’s foreign trade import and export data released in the first 11 months shows that China’s foreign trade imports and exports have grown against the trend against the background of a sharp decline in global trade.
In response, Schumann, president of the German Federal Association for Economic Development and Foreign Trade, said in an interview with the station reporter that he was very optimistic about the development prospects of China’s economy, and China’s economy has become the locomotive of the world economy.
Schumann, President of the German Federal Association for Economic Development and Foreign Trade: I am impressed by China’s foreign trade data, which is a great boost to the current global economy, and China’s steady growth strategy is beginning to work.
Schumann said that he was impressed by the continuity and efficiency of China’s economic policies, and Germany should learn from China.
Schumann, President of the German Federal Association for Economic Development and Foreign Trade: In my opinion, China’s performance during the epidemic is commendable.
It not only has successfully controlled the epidemic, but also has more valuable is its decisive power. China has taken early measures in the micro-economic field, and the People’s Bank of China has played an important role in stabilizing the operation of the economy.
Although Germany has made similar measures, China’s actions are earlier and more continuous, which impresses me most about the consistency of China’s policies, which have been supported by the whole people. Many countries need to learn from this efficiency, including Germany.
Schumann said he admired China’s huge economic achievements under the epidemic. Sino-German economic and trade cooperation has a solid foundation, and he firmly believes that Sino-German economic and trade cooperation will be further improved in the future.
Schumann, President of the German Federal Association for Economic Development and Foreign Trade: China’s economy has become the engine of the world economy, leading other countries and other economies out of the crisis. Speaking of the future, China has launched a domestic and international dual-circular economic development model.
Some important changes are taking place. Now we can evaluate this development. The exhibition model has an impact on German enterprises, but I personally think the prospect is optimistic and worth looking forward to. The new development model will bring greater opportunities to Sino-German economic and trade cooperation than before.