Thirdly, the Chinese leader urges advancing "the building of an open and free global trading regime."
"We must take concrete actions to reject all forms of protectionism and unequivocally advocate and support free trade," he said.
Calling for renewing commitment not to impose new restrictions on goods, investment and services, he said the developed countries should promote international trade "with greater openness."
"It is important to address trade frictions appropriately through dialogue and consultation and under the principle of mutual benefit and common development," he stressed.
The Chinese president called on G20 countries to work for comprehensive and balanced outcomes from the Doha round trade negotiations and attain the goals of this development round at an early date.Source: Xinhua 【1】 【2】 【3】 【4】 【5】