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The Hamburg Summit opened as part of the China-Europe Forum

On October 10, the Hamburg Summit opened in the framework of the Chinese-European Forum in Germany. More than 500 representatives of political, economic and scientific circles of China and Europe will hold an exchange of views on the pressing issues of Chinese-European relations.

Fritz Horst Melsheimer, President of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, delivered a speech at the opening ceremony, noting that the Hamburg Summit has already become an important platform for exchanges between China and Europe. This summit will help to understand what impact the reforms undertaken by China since October last year will have on Europe and the world.

Li Yizhong, Chairman of the China Federation of Industrial Economies, in his speech at the opening ceremony, noted that Chinese-European trade and economic relations are one of the most large-scale and energetic trade and economic relations in the world. In the future, it is necessary to preserve mutual openness and complementarity of advantages, continuously expand the space of cooperation and jointly go to a joint merger.

During the two-day summit, participants will exchange views on such pressing issues as the future trends of the Chinese economic system, the increase in Chinese investment in Europe, the participation of European countries in China's urbanization process, the future trend of China-Europe trade relations and the ecological path of the Chinese economy. In addition, the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce for the first time invited the youth leaders of China and Europe to the youth leaders forum at the summit.

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