Chinese premier says HK govt able to keep HK safe
Visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here Friday that he believes the Hong Kong government is able to keep the international financial hub a safe place for not only its residents but all investors from across the world.
Li says China able to keep around 7.5% growth
China can keep its economic growth rate within a "reasonable range," he told over 600 officials and business leaders at a China-Germany economic and technological cooperation forum.
Li pins high hopes on China-Germany cooperation
Premier Li Keqiang gives a Luban Lock as a gift to German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the China-Germany Economic and Technological Forum during his visit to Berlin on Oct 10, 2014.
Two government heads visit a supermarket
Premier Li Keqiang accompanied German Chancellor Angela Merkel on a trip to supermarkt on Thursday after the two governmental heads have met for Sino-German Intergovernmental Consultation.
'Localization' helps Chinese companies grow in Germany
Chinese companies in Germany have found that "localization" - hiring local workers, complying with local regulations and understanding the local culture - is a successful strategyto build their business and reputation in the country and elsewhere in Europe.
Germany to speed up visa process for Chinese
To attract Chinese business travelers, tourists and investors, Germany will speed up the visa process and extend its visa service to inner-land China by setting up more visa application centers.
China, Germany vow to lift partnership to higher levels
China and Germany on Friday released a comprehensive action plan designed to further promote their all-dimensional strategic partnership.
China, Germany issue action plan for long-term cooperation
Premier Li Keqiang and German Chancellor Angela Merkel sign a raft of agreements in the third round of top-level talks this year.
Chinese Premier meets German leaders
German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Berlin on Friday. The pair reviewed a guard of honor at the Chancellery where national anthems of the two nations were played.
Energy, food and rail in the mix
"Great powers are key, neighboring countries are very important, developing countries provide a foundation and multilateralism provides the setting."
Firm finds tools for success
Sany Germany, an arm of the Chinese machinery giant, has found A formula for success in a sophisticated and challenging market.
Historic port city hosts top summit
European business leaders await insights on China's latest policies and business opportunities