30th Anniversary of Cooperation Between China and the World Bank
China Urges WB to Give More Say to Developing Countries
China Wednesday urged the World Bank (WB) to actively promote the formulation of new international economic rules and standards, and give more say and presence to developing nations.

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Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang (R, front) and World Bank President Robert Zoellick (L, front) visit an exhibition before the opening ceremony of the Conference ot the 30th Anniversary of China-World Bank Cooperation in Beijing, Sept. 13, 2010.
Chinese Vice Premier Meets WB President