Sino-Japanese Economic Association's visit to China meeting with Prime Minister Lee Keqiang September 12 6:46
On the 11th, the delegation of the Japan-China Economic Association visiting China met with Prime Minister Lee Keqiang. While the representatives of the delegation over trade disputes between the United States and China said that both countries hoped to solve the problem through negotiations, Prime Minister Lee said, “We want to negotiate with the United States in good faith and seek solutions to the problem. "
On the 11th, a delegation from the Japan-China Economic Association, in which representatives from the business community participated, met with Prime Minister Lee Keqiang.
Among them, Mr. Shoji Muneoka, chairman of the Japan-China Economic Association, said, “I hope that the US and China will try to solve problems through negotiations,” taking into account the effects of trade friction between the United States and China.
In response, Prime Minister Lee responded, “I want to negotiate with the United States in good faith and look for solutions to the problem.”
In addition, Prime Minister Lee stated that “Japan and China's cooperation in trade and technology contributes to the stability of the global economy,” confirming that Japan and China will further strengthen economic relations.
The meeting between the delegation and Prime Minister Lee was realized for the third consecutive year, and Chairman Muneoka said at the press conference, “The story of the Chinese side has become more specific and positive year by year. I am hoping that this will be a climbed relationship. "