Chinese Vice Premier Liu He will be meeting with European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen in Bejing on June 25. That’s the seventh China-EU high level economic and trade summit since 2007, when the mechanism was established.
Spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce said in a regular briefing that the meeting is an important platform for for communications and coordinations of economic and trade policies. And it’s an important time when “trade and economic cooperation faces new historical opportunities.”
Issues to be discussed will include ” global economic governance, trade and investment, innovation-driven development, and interconnection that are of common concern to both sides”. And, it’s a “positive signal between China and the EU to oppose unilateralism and protectionism and support the multilateral trading system.”