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Two Chinese battery materials makers recently announced investment plans in Europe and Africa to meet the growing global demand.
Over the weekend, China's Vice Premier He Lifeng and Germany's federal minister of finance Christian Lindner co-chaired the third financial dialogue in Frankfurt. The two sides made commitments on trade, investment, and regulatory cooperation.
Chinese customs officials met with their Belgian counterparts last month and reached a number of agreements that will pave the way for more Belgian food exports. This came after China lifted a decade-long import ban on Belgian beef due to mad cow disease.
During Chinese Premier Li Qiang's visit to France last week, the two sides signed multiple cooperation agreements. Li also used the opportunity to stress China's vision of the China-France relationship and a more stable China-EU relationship, although the EU may have a different vision.