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Vice-premier discusses bilateral co-op with German vice chancellor

Updated: Mar 17,2015 9:28 AM     Xinhua

Vice-Premier Ma Kai (R) and German Vice-Chancellor and Economy and Energy Minister Sigmar Gabriel attend a launching ceremony at China’s stand at the high-tech trade fair CeBIT 2015 in Hanover, Germany, on March 16, 2015. A central pavilion featuring Chinese IT companies at CeBIT opened to visitors on March 16.

Vice-Premier Ma Kai (R) and German Vice-Chancellor, Economy and Energy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (C) receive a gift from Xiaomi Tech’s CEO Lei Jun (L) at Xiaomi Tech’s stand at the high-tech trade fair CeBIT 2015 in Hanover, Germany, on March 16, 2015.[Photo/Xinhua]

HANOVER — Visiting Vice-Premier Ma Kai held talks with German Vice Chancellor and Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy Sigmar Gabriel on strengthening bilateral cooperation.

During the talks on March 15, both leaders gave a positive assessment of bilateral relations and practical cooperation in various sectors.

Discussions focused on strengthening exchanges and cooperation in areas such as advanced manufacturing industry and innovation.

Ma, who is representing China as the partner country of the high-tech trade fair CeBIT 2015, also visited the German reinsurance company Hannover Re as well as automobile manufacturer Volkswagen.

Vice-Premier Ma Kai (2nd R, front) and German Vice-Chancellor and Economy and Energy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (3rd R, front) visit China’s stand at the high-tech trade fair CeBIT 2015 in Hanover, Germany, on March 16, 2015.[Photo/Xinhua]

CeBIT 2015 is a leading high-tech global trade fair taking place from March 16 to March 20, featuring more than 3,400 companies from 70 countries and regions showcasing thousands of innovations.

More than 760 Chinese companies are also attending the fair with big firms such as Huawei, ZTE, Alibaba and Xiaomi to name a few, exhibiting their latest products and solutions.

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