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04/14/2021

On April 13, 2021, Premier Li Keqiang attended the virtual dialogue with US business leaders in Ziguang Pavilion of Zhongnanhai leadership compound. Board chairmen and CEOs from the US-China Business Council and over 20 US multinational companies attended the dialogue. Li Keqiang had interactive communication with them and answered their questions. Former US Secretary of the Treasury and Chairman of the Paulson Institute Henry Paulson chaired the dialogue.

04/14/2021

Speaking during a meeting with US business leaders via video link, Li highlighted the need for the two sides to solve the problems arising during the process of cooperation. The meeting, chaired by former US Treasury secretary Henry Paulson, was attended by members of the US-China Business Council and executives from over 20 US-based multinationals. China and the US, the world's largest developing nation and largest developed nation, stand to gain from cooperation and lose from confrontation, Li said....

04/14/2021

The American multinationals at the meeting stressed that the new era of US-China relations would be defined by economic competition and that frank communication could offset the risk of confrontation, according to a statement from Craig Allen, president of business lobbying group US-China Business Council, who attended the event. “During the meeting with Premier Li, we emphasised the importance of fully implementing China’s announced economic reform agenda and fulfilling its phase one [trade deal]...

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