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China Sticks to Sustainable Energy Strategy
    2008-06-23 10:36:39     CRIENGLISH.com

 China says it will stick to a sustainable energy strategy and make active contributions to the sustainable energy development and energy security in the world.

Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping made the remarks at the International Energy Conference held in the western Saudi port city of Jeddah.

"The energy issue is a global issue. Promoting a balanced supply and demand of world energy and safeguarding energy security is an urgent task that all countries face today. To solve this problem requires the joint efforts from the international community including both oil producing and consuming nations."

The vice president adds that China has drafted a plan to reduce the energy consumption in per unit gross domestic product by about 20 percent by 2010 from the 2005 level.

The country will also enhance its ability of innovation, break through the bottlenecks of energy technology and seek new ways to exploit energy resources.

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