China and Germany seek to deepen cooperation in financial dialogue

Chinese Vice Premier He Lifeng

2nd October 2023 – (Frankfurt) Chinese Vice Premier He Lifeng expressed China’s willingness to enhance mutually beneficial cooperation with Germany and strengthen their bilateral comprehensive strategic partnership during the third China-Germany high-level financial dialogue in Frankfurt. The dialogue, co-chaired by He and Christian Lindner, the German Federal Minister of Finance, aimed to foster closer financial ties between the two nations.

Vice Premier He emphasized China’s commitment to working together with Germany in implementing the important consensus reached by the leaders of both countries. The dialogue provided an opportunity to discuss and explore avenues for practical cooperation in finance and economics, with the aim of advancing the development of Germany-China relations.

Minister Lindner reciprocated the sentiment, expressing Germany’s willingness to enhance practical cooperation with China in the financial and economic sectors. The dialogue aimed to strengthen the existing ties and explore new opportunities for collaboration.

The discussions during the dialogue covered a wide range of topics, including macroeconomic issues, global economic governance, and financial cooperation between China and Germany. Both sides engaged in in-depth exchanges of views and reached a number of consensuses, leading to mutually beneficial and win-win outcomes.

As part of the dialogue, Vice Premier He and Minister Lindner participated in the China-Germany Financial Roundtable, where they had the opportunity to engage with key stakeholders from the financial sector. The roundtable facilitated constructive discussions and provided a platform for fostering stronger financial cooperation between China and Germany.

The high-level financial dialogue between China and Germany reaffirms their commitment to deepening cooperation and strengthening their comprehensive strategic partnership. By injecting more positive energy into the bilateral relationship, both countries aim to create a conducive environment for fruitful collaboration in various areas, including finance and economics.ShareRetry