Beijing, 6 Jun (Zhongxin Net) -- Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin presided over a regular news conference on 8 June.

A reporter asked: The World Bank and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development have released their latest reports one after another, raising the economic growth forecasts of the world and major economies in 2023. Among them, the World Bank predicts that China's economy will grow by 2023.5% in 6, and the OECD forecasts that China's economy will grow by 2023.5% in 4. Both mentioned that China's reopening has brought impetus to the development of the world economy. What is China's comment on this?

Wang Wenbin: Recently, many international organizations and institutions, including the United Nations, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund, have raised their economic growth forecasts for this year, and some have even raised them many times in a row, which fully demonstrates the confidence of the international community in China's economic development prospects. China's economy will continue to play an engine role and contribute to world economic recovery.

We have also seen that recently, many executives of multinational companies have set off a "wave of visits to China" and cast "votes of confidence" in China's economy, and foreign investors value the huge opportunities brought by China's strong economic recovery, are optimistic about China's continuously optimized business environment, and have expressed full confidence in the Chinese market and will continue to invest in China in an all-round way. According to a recent survey report by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, 97% of the foreign-funded enterprises surveyed rated the foreign investment policies issued by the Chinese government since the fourth quarter of last year as "satisfactory", and their satisfaction with indicators such as access to financial services and market access exceeded 80%. According to a report released by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, factors such as China's market size, strong demand, the ability to quickly commercialize R&D results, and sufficient local talent have prompted a large number of European companies to carry out local R&D in China, and nearly 66% of the surveyed companies said they will increase R&D spending in China in the next five years. AmCham China's findings also show that <> percent of U.S. companies in China will maintain or increase their investment in China in the next two years.

China will continue to unswervingly promote high-level opening-up and strive to create a better market-oriented, rule-of-law and international business environment for enterprises of all countries. We welcome more foreign-funded enterprises to invest in China, deepen their cultivation in the Chinese market, and share the dividends of development. (End)