Mr. Ling Ji

Member of the CPC Leadership Group of the Ministry of Commerce,
Vice Minister and Deputy China International Trade Representative

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China, Denmark Holds 23rd Joint Economic Committee Session

On the afternoon of April 2, Vice Minister of Commerce and Deputy China International Trade Representative Ling Ji and Permanent State Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Denmark Jeppe Tranholm-Mikkelsen co-chaired the 23rd session of the China-Denmark Joint Economic Committee in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ling Ji said that trade and economic cooperation is the ballast of the China-Denmark comprehensive strategic partnership. In recent years, both sides have made progress in trade, investment, green economy, biopharma and other areas, The two sides need to proceed from the long-term development of China-Denmark trade and economic ties, and bring their practical cooperation to a higher level. China is advancing Chinese modernization with high-quality development; it stays committed to high-standard opening-up and the development of a world-class business environment that is market-oriented, law-based and up to international standards through institutional opening-up. Danish companies are welcome to continue to invest in China. It is also hoped that Denmark could play a positive role in the EU and urge the EU to act with prudence when using trade remedies on China.

Jeppe Tranholm-Mikkelsen said that Denmark is a staunch supporter of economic globalization and free trade. The Danish government and business community are confident in China’s economy. Denmark stands ready to deepen cooperation with China in green development, biopharma, shipping and maritime sectors, new energy and agri-food.

Representatives from Chinese and Danish government departments, local governments and businesses attended and spoke at the session.

(All information published on this website is authentic in Chinese. English is provided for reference only.)