China - Oct 18

On October 14th, 2014, the Chinese premier Li Keqiang met with the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in Rome to sign business agreements worth more than 8 billion euros (>10 billion USD). These deals presented by a Chinese-Italian committee of entrepreneurs, which was founded four months ago. The deals comprise of technological and financial cooperation, with a focus on the entrepreneurs from each country. Both Li and Renzi promoted the ideals of developing the spirit of innovation and trade in the face of an increasingly globalized world. Source: