In the years to come, China will be one of the main engines of worldwide economic growth. In the year 2014, a growth of 7.4% of the GDP is reported for China. By comparison, the latest IMF-forecast suggests an increase of 3.5% in the global GDP in 2015. This is why the presence of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in this year’s annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos draws worldwide attention. China Radio International interviewed Professor Fabrizio Zilibotti on the China-relevant elements of this year’s World Economic Forum and on the importance of China and Switzerland to each another.
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