Premier Li meets former Canadian PM

Beijing—Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said there is great scope for China and Canada to cooperate more as he met with former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien here on Wednesday.
China and Canada are both important countries in the Asia-Pacific region, complementary in their economies and sharing a strong friendship, Li said.
China attaches much importance to relations with Canada and appreciates current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s efforts to improve bilateral ties, according to the premier.
He said China is willing to hold more high-level exchanges with Canada, and to cooperate more in trade and investment, synchronizing their development strategies.
Chretien agreed that Canada and China are natural partners, enjoying particular potential for more cooperation in nuclear power and infrastructure construction.
He also voiced his confidence in the development of the Canada-China relationship and his willingness to help.—Xinhua

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