“It is a win-win relationship. We will have access to the Chinese market for Peruvian seafood, and China will have access to the Peruvian market for apples.”
JUAN CARLOS CAPUNAY,
Peru’s ambassador to China, commenting on news that China is expected to open its market soon for seafood imports from the South American country.
“China is vitally important to us globally and we remain committed to investing in China, and making a significant contribution to the country’s economic growth.”
executive vice-president and worldwide chairman of pharmaceuticals at multinational Johnson & Johnson, on the company’s plans for the next five years.
“The yuan may continue to strengthen as China’s economic growth momentum is stable and the US dollar is relatively weakening.”
former director of the international payments department of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, saying a stronger yuan will reduce the pressure of capital outflows that China faces. This will make it possible for the country to lower the reserve requirement ratio.