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China stresses people-to-people exchanges for stronger China-Europe ties (2)


10:06, September 15, 2011

Li told the dialogue, themed "Cooperation across Space and Time," that China always treats Europe's development and China-Europe ties from a strategic and long-term perspective, and hopes to see a stable and prosperous Europe.

"We have confidence in Europe's economy and euro, and support some European countries' efforts to stabilize market, balance budgets and boost structural reform," he added.

"China will further expand trade and investment with Europe, continue to regard Europe as one of China's main investment markets, and enhance cooperation with European countries in macroeconomic policy-making, international financial system reform, and global governance," Li said.

The vice premier called on the two sides to seize opportunities, and combine Europe's advanced design and technology, and management expertise with the Chinese markets.

The dialogue drew a number of Chinese and foreign dignitaries, including Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Fu Ying and former European Commission President Romano Prodi.

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