BEIJING, -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's trip to Germany, the second time since he took office last year, will see the two countries navigate their partnership to a more innovative path.
Economic and trade cooperation between the two partners has expanded rapidly in recent years. Germany is now China's biggest European partner in trade, investment and technological cooperation, while China is Germany's largest trading partner in Asia. Bilateral trade exceeded 160 billion U.S. dollars last year.
The huge potential in economic cooperation is unlocked by frequent exchanges of high-level visits between Beijing and Berlin, which have deepened political mutual trust and injected sustained strong momentum into their partnership.
Germany will be the first country that Li has visited twice as Chinese premier. The trip comes after a state visit in March by Chinese President Xi Jinping and a tour of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to China four months later.
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