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Li Qiang discussed with representatives of overseas buyers at the 135th China Import and Export Fair that China will speed up its alignment with high-standard international economic and trade rules

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Premier Li Qiang Meets with Overseas Purchasers at Canton Fair

Premier Li Qiang of the State Council recently held a discussion with representatives of overseas purchasers participating in the 135th China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, in Guangzhou. The meeting, which took place on April 17th, was attended by leaders of overseas companies such as Intelligent IKEA, Wal-Mart, Koper, Lulu International, and others.

During the discussion, representatives of overseas buyers highlighted the important role that the Canton Fair plays in promoting trade and friendly relations between China and other countries. They expressed confidence in China’s economic development prospects and underscored their commitment to expanding operations in China and contributing to global trade and supply chain stability.

Premier Li Qiang commended the ongoing participation of overseas companies in the Canton Fair and their strong economic and trade cooperation with China. He emphasized the significance of the fair in facilitating mutual benefit and win-win results for enterprises from various countries. Li Qiang reaffirmed China’s commitment to high-level opening up to the outside world, promoting trade and investment liberalization, and providing broader opportunities for international enterprises.

The Premier encouraged overseas companies to deepen their exploration of the Chinese market, expand their business presence in China, and contribute to enhancing mutual understanding and cooperation between China and foreign countries. He also outlined China’s efforts to integrate high-standard international economic and trade rules, strengthen market access, and protect the rights and interests of foreign-invested enterprises.

Wu Zhenglong, who attended the symposium, echoed the sentiment of promoting economic and trade cooperation between China and the world. The Securities Times, in a statement accompanying the news article, emphasized that the content provided is for reference only and does not constitute investment advice.

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