China, Italy set to sign deals worth 8 bn euros

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has said China and Italy are going to sign cooperation agreements worth 8 billion euros (over 10 billion dollars) during his current visit to the European nation.

Rome: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has said China and Italy are going to sign cooperation agreements worth 8 billion euros (over 10 billion dollars) during his current visit to the European nation.

He made the revelation at a joint press event with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi, Xinhua reported Tuesday.  

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