USEUROPEAFRICAASIA中文双语FrançaisHOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELWATCHTHISSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperMOBILEBusinessMacroCompaniesIndustriesTechnologyMotoringChina DataFinanceTop 10Home / Business / World Economic ForumForeign media on Xis attendance at Davos | Updated:2017-01-16 14:52A man walks at the main entrance of the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland, on Jan 18, 2016. [Photo/IC] Editors note: President Xi Jinping has arrived in Switzerland for his first meeting of the World Economic Forum, a major annual gathering of global political and corporate leaders.As the president is set to offer Chinas vision on domestic economy and global governance, lets take a look at what foreign media is discussing about this years meeting.
“The Chinese president is expected to use his speech on Tuesday to enhance his status as one of the few responsible adults left standing on the global stage, committed to protecting progress made over recent years on everything from climate change to free trade.”
-Chinas Xi set for star turn at Davos gathering
Financial Times, Jan 15
“In an opening address to the conference in the exclusive ski resort, Xi will defend globalization as US President-elect Donald Trumps threatens trade barriers and a US retreat from international deals. Xi will warn other world leaders, business executives and celebrities that the rise of populism could lead to war, poverty, confrontation and domination as he takes on the mantle of defending globalization.”
-Xi Jinping to become the first Chinese president to attend WEF in DavosGuardian, Jan 11
“The trip comes as China casts itself as an advocate of globalization in the wake of Donald Trumps election as US president on an America First platform that was critical of free-trade deals.”
-Xi to Lead Delegation of Chinas Wealthiest Executives to Davos
Bloomberg News, Jan 10
“China has benefited greatly from access to international trade markets since its entry in 2001 into the World Trade Organization, and it could now become the most vocal proponent of that system.”
-As China Seeks Bigger Role on World Stage, Xi Jinping Will Go to Davos World Economic Forum
New York Times, Jan 10
“The divisive US election and President-elect Donalds Trumps America-first approach presents China with a chance to extend its global sway and present itself as a force for stability.”
– Xi to Stress Chinas Responsible Global Role in Davos
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