Chinese Premier Li Keqiang promised the European Union on Tuesday that Beijing would no longer force foreign companies to share sensitive technological know-how when operating in China and was ready to discuss new global trading rules on industrial subsidies
“European companies will enjoy equal treatment,” Li told a news conference following the summit in Brussels, offering to set up a disputes mechanism to handle complaints.
In their joint statement, the two sides said they recognized their responsibility to lead . . .
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