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China Daily | Updated: 2017-09-14 07:32

Delegates at the East Asia Marine Cooperation Platform Huangdao Forum share their views on the marine economy.

What they say

The East Asia Marine Cooperation Platform is an open, inclusive and diverse platform to communicate with Japan, South Korea and ASEAN members. It will encourage more countries and regions to join and share their experience, seeking common development. The involved countries and regions further cooperate under the EAMCP framework by establishing partnerships, boosting marine industries and promoting technological innovation.

Lin Shanqing, deputy director of the State Oceanic Administration

What they say

As this year marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the ASEAN and China, Japan and South Korea mechanism, the cooperation between China and East Asia will open a new chapter.

Yu Guoan, vice-governor of Shandong

What they say

EAMCP has played a role in improving regional integration and boosting economic and trade exchanges.

Meng Fanli, mayor of Qingdao

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Qingdao West Coast New Area should be built into an energetic, competitive and attractive zone, and be a new strategic support for Qingdao's development as a national central city.

Xu Lin, director of the National Development and Reform Commission's center for Urban and Small-town Development

What they say

Raising hybrid rice and exploiting saline-alkali land is a good way to ensure both global and national food security.

Yuan Longping, China's renowned rice scientist

What they say

The offshore oil production and extraction possesses enormous potential and has a bright future. Chinese companies should seize the opportunities available and rise up to the challenges posed, via marine engineering innovation and brand construction.

William Webster, a member of the United States National Academy of Engineering

(China Daily 09/14/2017 page7)

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