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10:16, May 21, 2009

China-EU summit tackles key problems


Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (2nd R) poses together with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso (1st R), Czech President Vaclav Klaus (2nd L), whose country holds the rotating EU presidency, and EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana at the 11th China-EU Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, May 20, 2009.


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Wen hopes EU to recognize China's market economy status

Chinese Premier Wen expressed hope that the EU would recognize China's market economy status and lift the arms embargo against China at an early date, which he said is in the interest of both the EU and China-EU ties.


Wen expresses hope EU to lift the arms embargo

Premier Wen expressed hope that the EU would recognize China's market economy status and lift the arms embargo against China at an early date, which he said is in the interest of both the EU and China-EU ties.

China, EU reach a deal on the China-EU PCA

In January 2007, China and the EU began substantial negotiations on the PCA, which would serve as a framework agreement encompassing the full scope of their bilateral relationship.

China to work together with EU to make Copenhagen meeting a success

Guided by the principle of "common but differentiated responsibilities," China is ready to work together with the EU side to help achieve positive results at the upcoming UN climate change conference scheduled in Copenhagen in December.

China to send another buying mission to the EU

China and EU agreed to oppose trade and investment protectionism in whatever forms, and the Chinese side said it will shortly send another buying mission to the EU in order to increase imports from Europe.

China, EU signs three agreements on cooperation

Wen and EU leaders exchanged views on the current global financial crisis, climate change, and some other international issues of common concern during the half-day summit. The two sides also signed three agreements on cooperation in clean energy, science and technology and small and medium-sized enterprises.

Wen: It is impossible for a couple of countries to resolve all global issues.

"Some say that world affairs will be managed solely by China and the United States. I think that view is baseless and wrong," Wen told reporters at the end of a China-EU summit.

China, EU to hold the 12th summit in the second half of this year

China and EU agreed to hold the 12th summit in the second half of this year in Beijing.

Joint press communique of the 11th China-EU summit

Leaders from China and the European Union (EU) concluded their 11th summit with a joint press communique in Prague on Wednesday, pledging further cooperation in various fields.

Chinese premier calls for closer relations with Czech Republic

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao called for closer relations between China and the Czech Republic at meetings with Czech leaders on Wednesday. The Chinese government attaches great importance to its relationship with the Czech Republic and would like to push the ties to a new stage, Wen said in talks with Czech President Vaclav Klaus.

China-EU relationship has potential of further development

China and the European Union (EU) have the opportunity to further improve their relationship and deepen cooperation on international affairs in face of the global financial and economic crises and climate change.

Video: China-EU relations in global context

At 9 am, People's Daily Online

Ambassador Serge Abou, head of the Delegation of European Commission to China




Interview: EU Ambassador on partnership with China

The EU-China partnership has proved successful in the hard test of the financial and economic crisis and should turn more to global issues, said Ambassador Serge Abou, Head of Delegation of European Commission to China in an exclusive interview with People's Daily Online on May 15.


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