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China to enhance international energy cooperation

Chinese State Councilor Ma Kai said Tuesday, Oct. 19  that China was willing to enhance energy dialogue and cooperation with other nations.

China attaches great importance to energy-saving and environmental protection while striving to achieve a comprehensive, coordinated and sustainable development of energy, Ma said during a meeting with some participants of the 2010 China International Energy Forum in Beijing.

The participants included Pierre Gadonneix, chairman of the World Energy Council, and Randall Gossen, president of the World Petroleum Council.

Ma said China's energy consumption mainly depended on domestic supply. Meanwhile the country was an active participant in international energy cooperation.

Gadonneix said the forum would pay more attention to the issue of energy development and environmental protection, enhance diversity and inclusiveness of the event, and contribute to the world's sustainable development.

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