|Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao meets with a group of foreign scholars attending the China Reform Forum in Beijing July 13, 2005. (Xinhua photo)|
BEIJING, July 13 (Xinhuanet) -- China will adhere to a stable macro-policy and change its economic growth pattern to consolidate macro-control achievements, said Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao Wednesday.
China's economy is sound in general and it has developed in the way that it should. The economic reform and the opening-up of the country have been moving forward step by step. However, some problems exist in the process of China's economic growth, Wen said in a meeting with a group of foreign scholars attending the China Reform Forum, which closed in Beijing Wednesday.
The Chinese premier listened to the opinions of foreign participants on China's economic development and reform.
China will promote the reforms of government administration, taxation and finance and solve problems that have an impact on the country's economic growth, Wen said.
The development of China is closely linked with that of the world. China mainly depends on China itself in development, but also draws on the experience of other countries and enhances Sino-foreign cooperation.
The two-day China Reform Forum was held by the State Development and Reform Commission (SDRC). Chinese government officials and overseas and domestic scholars participated in the forum to discuss financial, economic and trade problems China is facing. Enditem