Reuters reports the latest comments by the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, as he spoke to the global business executives on the sidelines of the China Development Forum.
“China is committed to providing foreign investors and companies with a more open and transparent business environment, along with guarantees of intellectual property rights protection and no forced technology transfers.
The US trade team say they are in the final stages of negotiating what would be the biggest economic policy agreement with China in decades.
“China encourages the development of new technologies and industries to create space for innovation and development.”
China will not allow innovation to be “killed” just as it emerges. “
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