Chinese Prime Minister meets with Chairman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce… “Decoupling between the US and China is a huge loss for the world.”

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“American companies welcome investment from China”… Chamber of Commerce requested to play a bridging role

On the 28th, Chinese Premier Li Qiang met with Susan Clark, President of the American Chamber of Commerce, who visited China, and confirmed the will to strengthen cooperation between the two countries.

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China’s official Xinhua News Agency reported that Prime Minister Li met with a delegation from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry led by Chairman Clark at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing this morning.

Prime Minister Li emphasized the fact that “this year marks the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and China,” and added, “China will faithfully implement the important common recognition (agreement) between the leaders of the two countries in accordance with the principles of ‘mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and win-win cooperation’ and maintain a sound relationship between the two countries.” “We will pursue stable development,” he said.

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He also emphasized that “the economies of the two countries have great complementarity and their interests are deeply integrated,” and that “both countries can benefit from each other’s development, and economic cooperation between the two countries will benefit both.”

“The two countries should become partners, not rivals,” Prime Minister Li said. “Any form of decoupling and supply chain disruption does not serve the fundamental interests of both countries and will cause enormous damage to the companies and economies of both countries and global development.” insisted.

“China is currently pursuing Chinese-style modernization, advanced manufacturing, new urbanization and ruralization, and upgrading of the consumption structure,” he said. “We welcome the opportunity for joint development by American companies continuing to invest in China and pioneer the Chinese market.” “I do it,” he said.

Prime Minister Li said, “China will provide more convenience for foreign companies, including the United States, to come to China to invest and do business,” adding, “The American Chamber of Commerce and American businessmen will serve as a bridge to promote communication and mutual understanding between the two countries.” “I expect you to do this,” he said.

In response, Chairman Clark responded, “The U.S.-China relationship is very important, and I am pleased to see an improvement in the relationship between the two countries following the San Francisco Summit,” adding, “Decoupling is an unrealizable issue.”

He also added, “We welcome China’s expansion of openness,” and added, “The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is willing to deepen mutually beneficial cooperation in economic and trade between the two countries and promote the stable development of the relationship between the two countries through its role as a bridge.”

Chairman Clark’s visit took place as US-China relations showed signs of improvement following the bilateral summit held in San Francisco in November last year.

Source: Donga

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