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China, EU agree to jointly tackle global economic challenges

BEIJING (Xinhua) -- China and the European Union have agreed to make joint efforts to promote practical cooperation in the field of economy and trade, and to jointly cope with the challenges facing the global economy.
The agreement came at the 9th High-Level Economic and Trade Dialogue held via video link on Tuesday. Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He and Valdis Dombrovskis, executive vice president of the European Commission, co-chaired the doialogue.
The two sides had pragmatic, frank and efficient discussions on four topics – macro economy, industrial and supply chains, trade and investment, and financial cooperation.
The two sides reached a series of outcomes and consensuses on macroeconomic policy coordination, cooperation on industrial and supply chains, WTO reform, wider market opening, implementation of the China-EU agreement on geographical indications, animal and plant inspection and quarantine, two-way opening-up of the financial sector and regulatory cooperation.
Both sides believe that the world political and economic situation is undergoing profound changes, and healthy and stable China-EU relations and China-EU economic and trade relations are conducive to global development and prosperity.
The two sides are willing to make joint efforts to enhance mutual understanding, promote pragmatic cooperation between China and Europe in economic and trade field, and enhance the stability of China-EU cooperation to better cope with the uncertainty of the global economic situation.
China and the EU are ready to jointly address the challenges facing the global economy, strengthen communication and coordination of macroeconomic policies, maintain the stability of the global industrial chain and supply chain, and jointly safeguard and strengthen the rules-based multilateral trading system with the WTO at its core.
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(Latest Update July 22, 2022)

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