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Topic - Guo Zhenyuan
"The international financial crisis has obviously strengthened China's international position and amplified its international influence, so much so that the relationship between China and the world has been taken to a turning point," he said.
China gained the admiration of developing nations around the world with its ability to weather the crisis emanating from the U.S., even emerging from the downturn as the world's main engine of growth, while its superior economic performance provoked jealousy in the U.S. and other developed nations, he said.