Chinese premier talks investment with U.S. lawmakers in Beijing

China is willing to work with the United States on a bilateral investment treaty, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told U.S. lawmakers visiting Beijing.

The details will be hammered out for foreign direct investments.

Li greeted the U.S. delegation on April 10. He said China is willing to increase exchange and dialogue with the United States and strengthen bilateral ties.

China also wants to further local cooperation, two-way trade, and investment.

 
 
 
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