As an important base of Japan’s modern agriculture, Hokkaido’s agricultural products are quite competitive, Premier Li said.
Premier Li’s visit caught wide attention from the Japanese media, who have reported on the tour from beginning to end.
Premier Li Keqiang met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo in the presidential palace in Bogor on May 7.
Premier Li on May 7 pledged to jointly promote trade and investment liberalization and facilitation with ASEAN.
Premier Li Keqiang arrived for an official visit to Japan on May 8, the first of its kind in eight years and also a determined effort by Beijing to bring bilateral ties back on track.
Premier Li Keqiang concluded his official visit to Indonesia on May 8, reinforcing bilateral ties and partnership between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Premier Li Keqiang will pay official visits to Indonesia and Japan, and attend the 7th China-Japan-ROK leaders’ meeting in Japan from May 6 to 11.
China, Japan and South Koreareaffirmed their commitment to building an open world economy and vowed to further promote free trade.
Premier Li Keqiang called on China, Japan and South Korea to jointly safeguard free trade, and expand investment.
Visiting a Toyota auto factory in Hokkaido on May 11