He said the Chinese trade unions will get actively involved in and push forward China’s ongoing reform process and strengthen their own capacity building.
The ACFTU is willing to team up with trade unions of all countries to push for a change to the unreasonable economic, political and financial order and to build a new global labor movement based on justice, democracy and harmony.
The forum will also include two panel meetings which are devoted to topics pertaining industrial restructuring and South-South Cooperation.
Nine sessions of the forum have been held since it was launched in 2004. The current session, which takes as its theme “Reform, Development, Dream”, brought together leaders from trade unions in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe as well as from international and regional trade union organizations and ILO.