Sunday talk

Updated: 2013-10-20 07:59

(China Daily)

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"China's high-speed economic growth in past years has motivated overseas students to come back and to look for job opportunities."

Liu Yuan, general manager of EIC'S Shanghai branch, commenting on an EIC report showing 22 percent of returned Chinese students thought they would have better prospects finding a good job in their "home country".

"Myanmar's military is ready to make unremitting efforts to deepen cooperation with China."

Min Aung Hlaing, Myanmar's commander-in-chief of the Defense Forces, commenting during a visit to China last week to meet with President Xi Jinping.

"It's very important for us to build our friendships, build our relationships with China."

Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, speaking of the involvement of British companies in the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone last Wednesday during his visit to Shanghai.

"None of these issues (unannounced inspections) exist in the first step, but they are part of our last step."

Abbas Araqchi, Iranian deputy foreign minister, said on Wednesday that a nuclear proposal presented to major powers in Geneva does allow for snap inspections of the country's nuclear facilities.

"Because the project in Iraq's West Qurna-2 field is coming to an end, we hope to increase our exports to China."

Vagit Alekperov, chief executive officer of Russian oil producer OAO Lukoil Oil Co, reiterates the intensification of energy trade between Russia and China.

(China Daily 10/20/2013 page1)