Chinese President Hu Jintao has arrived in Honolulu, Hawaii, for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Economic Leaders Meeting, slated for Saturday and Sunday.
President Hu is expected to speak at the meeting and express his views on the global economic situation. The Chinese leader will call for improving global economic governance, shifting the growth method, promoting economic globalization and regional economic integration.
Hu will also explain China’s stance on the issues of free and open trade and investment, green growth, the adjustment of economic structure and regulatory cooperation.
At the annual meeting, leaders of the 21-member economies will exchange views on economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region, strengthening regional economic integration and expanding trade. Hu will also join other APEC leaders in dialogue with the APEC Business Advisory Council.