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China and UK sign deals worth $30 billion

Financial collaboration, clean energy and infrastructure at forefront in Li visit.

Premier Li Keqiang rules out economic hard landing

Premier Li Keqiang said in London on June 18 that his country’s economy is not heading to a hard landing and will continue to grow at a moderate to high pace.

Closer China-Britain cooperation

Visiting Premier Li Keqiang met with British Labour Party leader Ed Miliband, and conveyed the hope that Labour will play an active role in further promoting the China-Britain partnership.

China-Britain economic bond growing closer

The economic and trade relationship between China and Britain is growing ever closer thanks to the series of cooperation deals they have just signed, Premier Li said.

Premier Li greets British Prime Minister

Premier Li held an annual meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron in London, Britain, June 17, 2014.


Stronger trade, investment ties with Greece

China is ready to expand two-way trade and investment with Greece, visiting Premier Li Keqiang said when meeting with Greek President Karolos Papoulias.

Peace at sea China’s aim

Nation expects to play role in navigational freedom, Premier Li tells forum in Athens.

Li’s visit marks fillip for business

Chinese investment in Greek infrastructure could lead to host of opportunities

China, Greece issue joint statement, pledge to deepen partnership

China and Greece stand ready to jointly deepen their comprehensive strategic partnership in accordance with principle of mutual benefit and win-win results, said a joint statement.

Greek media show strong interest in Premier Li’s visit

Greek print and electronic media have given extensive coverage to Premier Li Keqiang’s visit, with a strong focus on the future of bilateral cooperation.