(Focus on China-ASEAN Expo) People from all walks of life in ASEAN discuss China's "double cycle": complementarity and mutual benefit to achieve a win-win situation

  China News Service, Nanning, November 30 (Reporter Yang Qiang and Huang Yanmei) "China's "double cycle" and ASEAN can complement each other and win each other. In the post-epidemic era in the next few years, China will be strong driven by the "double cycle" The domestic demand market will benefit the trade and exports of ASEAN countries, and at the same time bring more development opportunities for countries along the'Belt and Road'." Malaysian Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Lin Wanfeng said in an interview with the media.

  From November 27th to 30th, the 17th China-ASEAN Expo (referred to as the China-ASEAN Expo) was held in Nanning, Guangxi.

In a video speech at the opening ceremony, Chinese President Xi Jinping stated that China will unswervingly expand its opening up, strengthen the domestic and international economic linkage effect, and drive the world's common recovery through its own recovery. Countries in the world, including ASEAN, will benefit from it.

  In May of this year, China proposed to open up two domestic and international markets and two resources, and gradually form a new development pattern in which the domestic and international dual cycles are the mainstay and the domestic and international dual cycles promote each other.

  At the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Myanmar and the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Thailand and the Philippines during the China-ASEAN Expo, Li Chenggang, Assistant Minister of Commerce of China, said that the more open domestic and international dual cycle that China is currently building will first benefit from Neighboring countries including Myanmar, Thailand, and the Philippines.

  He said that China is willing to take this opportunity to work with ASEAN countries to create new growth points for economic recovery in the post-epidemic period, and to inject new impetus for the high-quality economic development of both sides.

  As the strategic main axis of China's economic development for a period of time in the future, the "dual cycle" development plan has attracted the attention of all parties participating in the China-ASEAN Expo.

Officials from many ASEAN countries and business people here believe that China’s “dual cycle” economy will release new momentum, which will drive the economic recovery of ASEAN countries in the post-epidemic era, allowing China and ASEAN to achieve a “win-win” situation.

  Singapore Pacific Shipping’s managing director Zhang Songsheng said that the "double cycle" can help China achieve further opening. Even in the face of the global economic contraction caused by the epidemic, China will continue to maintain an open attitude to the world with the support of the "double cycle". .

In this context, China's economy is taking off again, and with the deepening of ASEAN-China economic cooperation, bilateral logistics will also recover quickly, which will allow the logistics and transportation industries to achieve substantial development.

  Taiping Shipping is the first Singapore company to enter the Chinese market. Currently, it has invested 10 billion yuan to build the Zhongxin Nanning International Logistics Park in Guangxi.

With the effective implementation of China's "dual cycle" development plan, the economic benefits of this logistics park will be fully demonstrated in promoting economic and trade cooperation between China and ASEAN.

  "For Cambodia, the'double cycle' is a great opportunity." Ying Guotai, secretary of state in the Cabinet Office of Cambodia, said that the implementation of the "double cycle" strategy can make China's market more open and make ASEAN countries more products. Exporting to the Chinese market in many places allows us to build a more complete production network, and ASEAN countries can benefit from the "double cycle".

  "China's vast market and active economic environment provide ASEAN enterprises with a development platform." Luo Weijian, general manager of Roca Global International Trading Co., Ltd. in Malaysia, hopes to leverage the "double cycle" to further open the Chinese market.

  In the first half of this year, China added the Guangxi Pingxiang Railway Port and Dongxing Port as ports of entry for Thai fruits to be exported to China via a third country, providing great convenience for promoting economic and trade cooperation between the two countries.

With the operation of the "double cycle", Southeast Asian fruits and specialty products that are popular with Chinese consumers will continue to enter the Chinese market.

  "The current global economy is experiencing many difficulties. I hope that ASEAN and China will continue to work together to bring tangible benefits to regional and global economic stability, and to the people and businesses of both sides," said Chen Junying, Minister of Industry and Trade of Vietnam.