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Premier says China does not pursue trade surplus with Italy

Updated: Oct 15,2014 3:44 PM     english.gov.cn

Premier Li Keqiang (L) and his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi attend a joint press conference in Rome, capital of Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang (L Rear) and his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi (R Rear) attend the signing ceremony of bilateral cooperative agreements in Rome, capital of Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang (2nd L ) and his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi (2nd R) attend the signing ceremony of bilateral cooperative agreements in Rome, capital of Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang attends a joint press conference with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi in Rome, Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang (L) attends a joint press conference with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi in Rome, Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang speaks while attending a joint press conference with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi in Rome, Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang (R) attends a joint press conference with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi in Rome, Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang holds a joint press conference with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi in Rome, Italy, Oct 14, 2014.[Photo/english.gov.cn]

Premier Li Keqiang held a joint press conference with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi in Rome, Italy on Oct 14. Li said it was a pleasure to be in Rome, which was not built in a day. He also said the Chinese government does not pursue a trade surplus with Italy. China is confident about expanding the scale of cooperation in trade with Italy, and hopes to tap the potential of practical cooperation. And the new deals worth 8 billion euros ($ 10 billion) which the two countries have signed will further boost bilateral trade and investment.

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