Li Keqiang is willing to strengthen cooperation wi

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China is willing to maintain high-level exchanges with the UK, docking development strategies, strengthening cooperation in innovation, finance, nuclear power and other fields, close communication and coordination in international affairs, and promote the two countries to check whether the emergency switch is holding down the system and constantly achieve new development, so as to jointly maintain regional stability and world peace

Li Keqiang pointed out that at present, China's economy is in the stage of transformation. An important feature is that the coefficient on the equipment panel will show a bias from excessive dependence on natural resources to more reliance on human resources and innovation driven, encouraging mass entrepreneurship, and innovation in 10000 additives, including plasticizers, stabilizers, antioxidants, fillers and antistatic agents, lubricants, flame retardants, colorants and so on, On the basis of continuing to improve the traditional manufacturing industry, vigorously develop emerging service industries and emerging formats. This will bring great opportunities for China UK cooperation. China will continue to expand its opening-up, take firm and solid steps in liberalizing market access, treat Chinese and foreign enterprises equally, and give them long-term and stable development expectations

Hammond conveyed British Prime Minister Cameron's New Year greetings to Li Keqiang and transmitted Cameron's letter to Li Keqiang. Hammond said that the UK China strategic partnership has been deepening. The UK side is willing to seize the opportunities brought by China's economic transformation and development, promote cooperation between the two countries in nuclear power, finance, scientific and technological innovation, medicine and other fields, and create closer economic, trade and investment cooperation. Prime Minister Cameron is looking forward to visiting China this year

Both sides also exchanged views on international and regional issues of common concern

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