The China-Germany High-Tech Dialogue Forum opened in Berlin yesterday with China's Premier Wen Jiabao addressing the forum on a four-point proposal on promoting high-tech cooperation between China and Germany.
Xinhua reports that Wen concentrated on the following four points:
1) Strengthening cooperation in the fields of information, biology, new materials, transportation, energy, environmental protection, automobile manufacturing, aviation and aerospace;
2) Attaching importance to the role of high-tech medium- and small-sized enterprises, while continuing to value the multinationals and giant enterprises;
3) Strengthening the exchange of visits and training of high-tech talents, broadening channels for joint research and development in high-tech areas;
4) Creating a good environment for bilateral cooperation.
This third meeting of China-Germany Hi-Tech Dialogue Forum was sponsored by China's National Development and Reform Commission and Germany's Ministry of Economics and Labor. About 200 delegates from both countries attended the meeting.