About: Li Keqiang

China 16-07-2018

EU and China get cozy, call to ‘improve’ world order

EU leaders in Beijing today (16 July) sought to offer an alternative to the disruptive international policymaking of US President Donald Trump, who called both EU and China ‘foes’.
Economy & Jobs 28-11-2017

China strengthens grip on Central Europe and Balkans at Budapest summit

A 16+1 summit of the Central and Eastern European Countries and China took place yesterday (27 November) in Budapest, hosted by the Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orbán. His Bulgarian colleague Boyko Borissov announced that next years’ summit will take place in Sofia.
Economy & Jobs 31-07-2017

Steel sector faces heated summer as trade war looms

The world's most powerful nations risk failing to make enough progress on tackling steel overcapacity by an August deadline, which is seen by the United States as a potential reason to start a trade war.
China 02-06-2017

EU, China turn from trade to climate action to cement relations

The EU and China confirmed today (2 June) their decision to step up their cooperation against climate change. But disagreements over trade soured the end of the summit, as Beijing refused to sign the joint declaration.
China 02-06-2017

Germany and China see eye-to-eye on trade

The United States is on a different page when it comes to free trade and climate change. China could move into the void that the Trump administration is rapidly vacating. EURACTIV Germany reports.
Global Europe 15-07-2016

World leaders condemn Nice attack, call it ‘cowardly’

Sympathy and condemnation for the Bastille Day attack in Nice dominated the opening of an Asia Europe summit in Mongolia today (15 July), drawing attention away from Beijing's rejection of a tribunal ruling dismissing its extensive South China Sea claims.
Martin Schulz and Li Keqiang
Trade & Society 13-07-2015

China’s bid for EU investment fund trips on complex rules

China could invest up to €10 billion in the EU's new infrastructure fund, but a final decision is being held up by the complex mechanics of a deal to give Chinese technology companies a greater role in Europe, people familiar with the talks say.
François Hollande and Li Keqiang, 30 June 2015

France, China agree to fight carbon emissions

Diplomats in Paris were beaming when the world’s most populous country announced plans to start cutting its net CO2 emissions "around 2030". But environmentalists were less optimistic, saying the commitment is much too vague. EURACTIV France reports

Climate change: An opportunity for EU-China cooperation

It's time to shift from the well-known statement that climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing humankind to a new affirmation, argues Teresa Ribera.
CeBIT
Digital 16-03-2015

German digital fair showcases China relationship

German Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday (15 March) urged closer high-tech cooperation with China as she opened a major IT business fair with the Asian giant as official partner country.
China's Premier Li Keqiang and Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras inspect a guard of honour during a welcoming ceremony. Athens’ airport, 19 June. [Reuters/Yorgos Karahalis]
Euro & Finance 20-06-2014

China reiterates pledge to support Greek economy

China signalled it would buy bonds when Greece issues debt again, in a show of support for a financially-stricken nation that hopes to become a gateway into Europe for Chinese products.
Digital 04-05-2012

Trade ‘reciprocity’ dominates discreet EU-China talks

National security and trade ‘reciprocity’ concerns – particularly in the ICT sector – were key topics addressed at a high-level EU-China meeting on Thursday (3 May).