China Japan Korea business summit joint statement: strengthening free trade cooperation

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 China Japan Korea business summit joint statement: strengthening free trade cooperation


The Sixth China Japan Japan and South Korea Industrial and commercial summit, jointly sponsored by the China International Trade Promotion Commission, the Japanese Economic Association Federation and the South Korean commercial conference, opened in Tokyo in May 9th. China, Japan and South Korea economic circles have exchanged views on strengthening the economic cooperation between the three parties and in the common investment of the third country, and submitted a joint statement to the meeting of Chinese and Japan, Japan, Japan and Japan, Prime Minister Li Keqiang of the State Council, Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo, and the president of Korea. According to the Japanese NHK TV station on May 9th, the three countries of China, Japan, Japan and South Korea discuss the current world economic and trade situation and the economic exchanges and cooperation of the three countries, and submit them to the leaders of the three countries attending the summit through a joint statement of the conference. In this regard, Andouble said that in the economic field, China, Japan and South Korea are important partners for each other, while also leading the development of the world economy. (we) strongly appeal to ensure a fair competition environment and further promote free trade. The Sino ROK business summit, held during the meeting of the Three Kingdoms of China, Japan, Japan and Japan, is the highest level of exchange in the three countries economic circles. It is an effective platform for the three partys economic circles to offer suggestions to the three governments, and the activities have been successfully held for the five session. The summit aims to further consolidate the economic community platform for the three countries. The leaders of the economic circles of China, Japan and South Korea discuss the economic cooperation of the three countries and make suggestions and suggestions to the three governments to seek new opportunities for economic and trade cooperation between the three countries, to jointly achieve sustainable development and to maintain the prosperity and stability of the regional economy.