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Premier returns from ROK visit, trilateral summit

Premier Li Keqiang was back in Beijing on the afternoon of Nov 2 after his three-day stay in the Republic of Korea.

Youth exchanges between China, ROK boosted

Premier Li Keqiang urged young people from both China and the ROK to build a better future for China-ROK cooperation.

Premier calls for connection of development strategies

Premier Li stressed the importance of connecting development strategies of both countries, when he met with Prime Minister of the ROK on Nov 2.

Premier meets with ROK enterprise leaders

Premier Li said he hopes ROK enterprises can have mutually-beneficial coordination with Chinese enterprises in international capacity cooperation.

Premier calls for closer business links

Premier Li Keqiang on Nov 1 called for expanded trade and investment among China, Japan and the Republic of Korea.


FTA advances fruitful China, ROK cooperation

Chinese and ROK companies are set to benefit from an even better business environment as the two countries vowed closer ties during a visit by Premier Li Keqiang to ROK.

China raises RQFII quota for ROK to 120b yuan

China has decided to raise the investment quota for the Republic of Korea under the RMB Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (RQFII) scheme to 120 billion yuan.





Premier Li Keqiang will pay an official visit to the Republic of Korea (ROK) from Oct 31 to Nov 2 and attend the sixth trilateral summit between China, Japan and the ROK in Seoul as part of the visit.


Mr Lee (Chang-ho) is good at reversing disadvantageous situations, which shows that young people can always catch up with the older generation.

At the China-ROK Young Leaders Forum in Seoul on Nov 2

There are no borders in entrepreneurship and innovation. China and the ROK should grasp the opportunity of the global technology revolution to upgrade domestic industries.

During a visit to the Gyeonggi Center for Creative Economy and Innovation in Gyeonggi-do on Nov 2

I hope relevant authorities of the two countries can work together to turn the consensuses into fruits at an early date, and push the China-ROK relations to an even higher level.

Meeting with Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea Hwang Kyo-ahn in Seoul on Nov 2

The trilateral business cooperation between China, the ROK and Japan can be like a bowl of Korean Bibimbap, whose ingredients differ from each other, but still work in harmony.

During the 5th China-Japan-ROK Business Summit in Seoul on Nov 1