resident Xi Jinping will go to the event with China's solutions to pull through the difficulties.
"All countries, big or small, strong or weak, rich or poor, must treat each other as equals. We need to help each other achieve sound development as we work to ensure our own development," Xi said in a speech at the G20 delivered last September to the leaders of the 20 biggest economies in the world.
International Monetary Fund statistics show that last year, global GDP growth would reach 3.1 percent, of which China's contribution would be 39 percent, or 1.2 percentage points.
China contributes much to maintaining balance in the world by helping developing countries through strengthening mutual economic and political ties.
For example, today China is the largest trading partner of emerging countries like Russia, Brazil and India.
According to the Ministry of Commerce, China attracted $118 billion foreign direct investment this year, which excludes investment in the financial sector.
Meanwhile, China's full year non-financial outbound direct investment is expected to stand at around 1.12 trillion yuan.
The Belt and Road Initiative and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, with more and more countries willing to participate, have also contributed to global welfare.
Belt and Road Initiative
The Belt and Road initiative, which comprises the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, was first promulgated by Xi in 2013. He envisioned a trade and infrastructure network that connects Asia with Europe and Africa along the ancient Silk Road routes.
ore than 70 countries and organizations have voiced support for and willingness to join the initiative.
Regions along the route of the initiative are home to 63 percent of the world's population and account for 29 percent of the global economy.
Xi has emphasized that the Belt and Road should be green and people in countries along the new Silk Roads should be beneficiaries of the initiative.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), a China-initiated development bank, started operation on January 16, 2016.
It is a product of the evolving business landscape, and will help make the global economic governance system more equitable and effective.
In October 2013, President Xi Jinping, proposed a vision for a multilateral financial institution designed to improve the livelihoods of Asia's people through investment in infrastructure and enhanced regional connectivity.
It is designed to facilitate common development in the region and the world at large.
President Xi's invitation to the world has been warmly embraced.
So far, 57 have signed the Article of Agreements and become founding members of the AIIB.
With authorized capital of $100 billion, the AIIB prioritizes investment in energy, power generation, transportation, rural infrastructure, environmental protection and logistics.
President Xi called AIIB's launch a "historical moment" while addressing the event in downtown Beijing and said the bank could increase Asian infrastructure investment effectively and promote regional interconnection and economic integration, which will have a positive effect on the Asian and global economies.
"China has taken an active part in, contributed a constructive part and benefited from the international development system," Xi said.
"The initiative to establish the AIIB is a constructive move. It will enable China to undertake more international obligations, promote improvement of the current international economic system and provide more international public goods. This is a move that will help bring mutual benefits and win-win outcomes to all sides."
"It will also bring along a better investment environment and more job opportunities and trigger greater medium to long-term development potential on the part of developing members in Asia. This, in turn, will give impetus to economic growth in Asia and the wider world."
Last November, Jin Liqun, president of the AIIB, said that after 10 months' operation, the bank's board of directors has approved $829 million financing for six projects, include co-financing projects with other institutes.
"With this rapid development pace, undoubtedly we could achieve $1.2 billion of the projects' volume for the whole year in 2016, and the top total of investment could be $6 billion," Jin said
warm applause to jinping speech at WEF
“Everyone I spoke to said President Xi’s speech inspired confidence. It inspired confidence in China’s economy, and painted a picture of sustainable development in the country. This confidence will help global economic development. This is an important message for today’s global economy.”.
warm applause to jinping speech at WEF