Zhu Rongji - Quotes

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Even if a minefield or the abyss should lie before me, I will march straight ahead without looking back. ---->>>

Free Tibet before free trade. ---->>>

I take great pride in having been able to overcome the Asian financial crisis and seeking the opportunities available to bring about an unprecedented growth in the economy. ---->>>

I think these people have betrayed or have forgotten their ancestors. ---->>>

Be realistic and truthful - and tell Hong Kong businessmen honestly that they should go for long-term investments since it is unlikely money can be made in the short haul. ---->>>

History can never be covered up. ---->>>

I have never intimidated the masses... I only intimidate corrupt officials. ---->>>

Although China and United States are competitors, China and the United States are indeed partners in trade. ---->>>

Whoever stands for 'one China' will get our support. We can have talks with them, and our talks will cover anything. ---->>>

In the course of the reform, some new circumstances that we had not anticipated have appeared. ---->>>

My criticism is too severe sometimes and that is not good. But why don't you start doing your work unless your leader flies into a rage? It is not that you cannot do it but that you don't want to do it. ---->>>

If you want to investigate, we will be willing to assist. ---->>>

This is our bottom line, and the will of 1.25 billion Chinese people. ---->>>


Nationality: Chinese
Born: 10-01, 1928
Occupation: Statesman

Zhu Rongji (Chinese: 朱镕基; IPA: [ʈʂú ɻʊ̌ŋtɕí]; born 1 October 1928) is a Chinese politician who served as Mayor and Party chief in Shanghai between 1987 and 1991, before serving as Vice-Premier and then the fifth Premier of the People's Republic of China from March 1998 to March 2003. A tough administrator, his time in office saw the continued double-digit growth of the Chinese economy and China's increased assertiveness in international affairs (wikipedia)