ICROSS CHINA - 2014-11-09
BEIJING, Nov. 9 (Xinhua) -- President Xi Jinping on Sunday shrugged off
worries over the risks Chinese economy is facing, saying that the risks
are "not that scary."
"Indeed there are risks (in the Chinese economy), but not that
scary," Xi told the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit
in a keynote speech.
Addressing worries that the Chinese economy may further decline in
growth rate, Xi said "China's economic growth has become more stable and
been driven by more diverse forces."
"Resilience best equips the Chinese economy against risks... And
given the strategies and policy options at our disposal, we have the
confidence and capability to cope with potential risks," he said.