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Technologies of the future - Germany and China signed a number of agreements

The other day, July 9, in Berlin, a meeting was held between Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel and Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Li Keqiang. During the talks, more than 20 economic agreements were signed. The German Chancellor made a statement about the interest in the multilateral trading system with open and free access. Her partner also spoke out against the "newly blossoming forces" who advocate protectionism in trade.
Merkel criticized Beijing for difficulties in entering the Chinese market. At the same time, she stressed that China's statements about the opening of its markets are not declarative, but are backed up by concrete deeds. The Chancellor highly appreciated the opening for the German investors of the Chinese financial market, new opportunities for the work of German firms, primarily automakers, in the Chinese economy.
The Prime Minister of the State Council, along with numerous ministers, participated in the fifth intergovernmental consultation between Germany and China. In particular, in the field of future technologies. "We are doing a lot of hard work," Merkel said. Among other important agreements are solutions for the strategic German car concern Voith and the Chinese railway corporation CRRC, software vendor for SAP companies and one of the largest private retailers in China Suning Commerce group, as well as developing a high-performance gas turbine between Siemens and China State Pover I.