Premier Li Keqiang inaugurated the China Chamber of Commerce to the EU in Brussels on April 8, extending his wish that the chamber will build up a favorable image of China.
The China Chamber of Commerce to the EU, the Premier said, should provide premium services for Chinese enterprises that invest in the European Union (EU), in a bid to efficiently propel China-EU cooperation in trade and investment.
Apart from underpinning Chinese companies, the chamber should also take into account any suggestions and opinions from the EU Chamber of Commerce and European enterprises, which can help foster ties between the two sides.
In the new round of international competition, the China Chamber of Commerce to the EU should establish a good image for Chinese enterprises, Premier Li added.
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