With the high-quality development of China's economy and the continuous acceleration of industrial upgrading and consumption upgrading, China will provide more market opportunities for the international community

  At present, the world economic recovery still faces many constraints.

As the world's second largest economy, China's development is of great significance to the world.

In 2021, China's economy will grow by 8.1%, and its per capita GDP will exceed US$12,000.

China's foreign trade and the use of foreign capital have achieved outstanding results. In 2021, the total import and export volume of trade in goods will increase by 21.4% year-on-year, and the actual use of foreign capital will increase by 14.9% year-on-year.

There is no doubt that China plays an important role in promoting the recovery of the world economy and is an important force in maintaining the stability of the global industrial chain and supply chain.

  During this year's National People's Congress, I paid close attention to the discussions on the new development concept by the delegates.

In recent years, it is precisely because of the adherence to the new development concept that China's economy has made new progress in all aspects.

With the high-quality development of China's economy and the continuous acceleration of industrial upgrading and consumption upgrading, China will provide more market opportunities for the international community.

  China adheres to the people-centered development philosophy and strives to promote common prosperity through high-quality development.

Chinese President Xi Jinping clearly stated: "The people's yearning for a better life is our goal." China won the battle against poverty as scheduled and built a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way, demonstrating its firm determination to continuously improve people's well-being with practical actions.

  China holds high the banner of peace, development, cooperation and win-win, and unswervingly follows the path of peaceful development.

China insists on promoting development through cooperation and is committed to promoting common development.

China actively participates in global governance and contributes important wisdom and strength.

The joint construction of the "Belt and Road" has effectively promoted the improvement of infrastructure in countries and regions along the route and the development and prosperity of the world.

China is also participating in and promoting international cooperation with an active and open attitude in new technologies such as the digital economy, 5G networks, and artificial intelligence.

  China firmly upholds multilateralism, advocates abandoning ideological prejudice, and jointly pursue the path of peaceful coexistence, mutual benefit and win-win results.

In the macroeconomic field, China advocates that all countries strengthen policy coordination and strive to promote strong, balanced, sustainable and inclusive growth of the world economy.

China firmly fulfills its solemn commitment to make the new crown vaccine a global public good. It is the country that provides the most vaccines to the outside world, and supports domestic vaccine companies to transfer technology to developing countries, and cooperates with Mexico and other countries in production, in order to eliminate the "immunization gap", Make an important contribution to promoting equitable access to vaccines in developing countries.

  China has become an active participant and an important leader in global climate governance.

China has accelerated the establishment of a carbon-peak and carbon-neutral "1+N" policy system, implemented the measures to gradually reduce the production and consumption of HFCs embodied in the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, and actively supported developing countries to The transformation of green, low-carbon and renewable energy sources, and the continuous strengthening of international cooperation in the fields of ecological environment governance, biodiversity protection, and addressing climate change.

  (The author is a researcher at the Center for International Relations of the National Autonomous University of Mexico)