Commercial Deals will not Help Lift EU's Arms Embargo Against China （Tian Dewen）
Countries against lifting arm embargo such as the U.K, the Netherland, and
A close business relation with Spain will help little to push the European Union to lift arms embargo against China as anticipated by many people, an industry expert told Caijing, referring to the agreements and commercial contracts worth as much as 7.5 billion U.S. dollars to be signed between China and Spain during vice premier Li Keqiang’s three-day visit in Madrid.
Chances are “small” for the European Union to lift the arm embargo against
Some members of the bloc including
Chinese Vice premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday reaffirmed
"China's support of the EU's financial stabilization measures and its help to certain countries in coping with the sovereign debt crisis are all conducive to promoting full economic recovery and steady growth," Li said in an opinion piece published in the German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, some foreign media also expressed doubt about
The newspaper said that
It has learned that EU members are disagreeing over whether to lift the ban. Some in
But things are changing. Countries against lifting arm embargo such as the U.K, the Netherland, and
The arm embargo against
According to Tian Dewen,
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