BRUSSELS — China and the European Union (EU) are confronting growing global “uncertainties” with a stable relationship, Premier Li Keqiang said in Brussels on June 2.
Premier Li made the remarks in a keynote speech at the 12th EU-China Business Summit, in response to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s worry about global uncertainties.
China and the EU hold extensive common ground on ideas in dealing with important international relations, he said.
Both sides believe that China and the EU should go with the tide of globalization and push forward globalization to make it fairer and more inclusive, he added.
It is clear that globalization has brought tremendous benefits to China, the EU and the world, Premier Li said, noting that globalization should not be blamed for the negative influence emerging along with it.