Chinese President Hu Jintao left Toronto, the largest city of Canada, on Sunday for home after attending a Group of Twenty (G20) summit, which was aimed at securing the global economic recovery and addressing the economic challenges and risks.
At the Toronto summit, President Hu and other leaders of G20 members discussed a wide range of issues, including the world economic situation, the European debt crisis, "the Framework for Strong, Sustainable and Balanced Growth," the reform of the international financial institutions, the world trade and the strengthening of financial regulation.
The Chinese leader delivered a speech at the summit, elaborating on China's propositions on how to meet the economic challenges, and how to make the world economic growth strong, sustainable and balanced.
"The deeper impact of the international financial crisis is yet to be overcome and systematic and structural risks in the world economy remain very serious," President Hu said in his speech.
"We must fully recognize the gravity and the complexity of the deep impact of the international financial crisis and continue to work in a spirit of unity and win-win progress to bring about strong, sustainable and balanced world economic growth at an early date," he said.【1】 【2】 【3】