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Investment to build ties with Europe

By Qin Jize in Belgrade and Zhao Yinan in Beijing | China Daily | Updated: 2014-12-17 07:45

Li offers greater cooperation with 16 countries in Central and Eastern Europe

China is contemplating a fresh investment drive into Central and Eastern Europe to place its relations with Europe on a firmer footing.

Premier Li Keqiang, in Slovenia on the first visit of a Chinese premier to a Balkan country in 28 years, offered cooperation opportunities in infrastructure, finance and energy, as he talked one-on-one with some of the government leaders and senior officials from the 16 Central and Eastern European countries on Tuesday.

Investment to build ties with Europe

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