APEC leaders meet in Honolulu

Leaders at APEC Summit

President Hu meets Japanese PM

President Hu ends Hawaii trip after APEC summit

Chinese President Hu Jintao left Honolulu, Hawaii, on Monday after attending the Economic Leaders' Meeting of the APEC.

Chinese president calls for growth model shift

Hu Jintao and leaders of other APEC members met in Hawaii to explore ways to speed up regional economic integration, free trade and investment, and economic and technological cooperation.

Hu calls for global economic liberalization

Chinese President Hu Jintao on Sunday called for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) members to continue to facilitate trade and investment to promote world economic recovery. 

'Bigger say for emerging markets'

President Hu Jintao has called for emerging markets and developing countries to have a greater say in global economic governance.

APEC committed to building seamless economy

APEC leaders meet in Honolulu

ASEAN pact introduces new era of co-op

Firewall against euro crisis crucial: IMF official

Consensus role is highlighted

Focus on China

SMEs look for leaders to restore confidence

Faced with a global economic slowdown and a crisis in the eurozone, Chinese executives have urged Asia-Pacific leaders to do more to restore market confidence and help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Chinese president meets Canadian PM

President Hu meets Canadian PM

Leaders of China, Peru seek new cooperation

Chinese tourists boost Hawaii

Hu to meet Obama at APEC summit


Backgrounder: China and APEC

The 19th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday in Honolulu, Hawaii.

How did Hawaii become the host of APEC 2011?

What is the purpose of APEC?

About APEC

Chronology of APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting (AELM)

Backgrounder: Basic facts about APEC


China-ASEAN Free Trade Area benefits both sides

Chinese Commerce Minister Chen Deming has said that China-ASEAN Free Trade Area accords with the mutual interests of China and ten nations of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

Trans-Pacific Partnership is biased towards US

China in APEC: a mutually beneficial endeavor

APEC members benefit from trade liberalization

APEC urged to create new growth drivers

US funding cutoff sets a bad example


Chinese tourists boost Hawaii

China's boom a boon to US business

Host city prepares for 2011 APEC summit

ROK's economy slows down at moderate pace

Japan's key economic index fall in September

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