China says already part of effort to help Europe

By REUTERS
December 10, 2011 20:59

 
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VIENNA - China will remain part of international efforts to help Europe through its crisis, vice foreign minister Fu Ying said on Saturday, dismissing the idea that Beijing was sitting back as the region suffered.

"China will be part of the international effort to help Europe. We've done a lot, we have been so much in it, Europeans know it," she told reporters on the sidelines of a conference in Vienna. Asked how China would help, she said:

"We want to invest, we are importing more, we are sending delegations to buy, to purchase, that will help create jobs, that will help stimulate the economy.

"China will continue to be part of the effort because we are interrelated, interdependent. We are in it together. We are in one boat," she said.

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