Chinese premier vows better institutional environment, IPR protection

The Chinese government will continue to create an open, transparent and predictable institutional environment and enhance protection on intellectual property rights, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday.


Li made the remarks when meeting with a group of foreign experts receiving the Chinese Government Friendship Award in 2014.


Li thanked the award recipients for their contributions to China's economic and social development.China's development has entered into an era of innovation and its economy is at a key stage for upgrading to better quality and efficiency,he said, emphasizing China's needs for more foreign expertise.


He said the Chinese government will provide good service and support to foreign experts working in China, hoping they will bring advanced technology, managerial expertise and their own cultural experience to China.


The Chinese government conferred the Friendship Award to 100 foreign experts from 25 countries this year.

(Source: Xinhua)