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China, Belgium eye closer cooperation (2)

(Xinhua)

09:00, September 21, 2012

The two countries need to step up financial cooperation so as to provide better financial services for their companies, Wen said, adding that China is willing to learn from Belgium's advanced experiences and ideas.

The Chinese premier also urged the two sides to promote cooperation and exchanges in high technology, energy conservation, environmental protection, education and culture.

Di Rupo, for his part, said China is a key partner for Belgium and his country admires China's achievements and values China's international status and influence.

Belgium, he said, is willing to strengthen high-level exchanges with China and foster a favorable environment for Chinese investors.

He also agreed that the two countries should expand cooperation in high technology, energy conservation and environmental protection, and promote people-to-people and cultural exchanges.

The Chinese premier was in Brussels for an annual China-EU summit and an official visit to Belgium.


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