During the seven-day period from December 14 to 20, 2014, Premier Li Keqiang flew 20,000 km across Eurasia, meeting with 22 national leaders and attending nearly 70 international conferences and other diplomatic activities

This breakneck pace amounted to an average of 10 events a day over that week. If each event took one hour, Li would have worked 10 hours every day.
A Busy and Fruitful Trip

Premier Li Keqiang has put his effective salesmanship to use in exporting China's manufacturing and technology industries. Whenever he pays a visit to a foreign country, he spares no effort to promote Chinese enterprises to the host country.

Check out Li's pace and his practical working style as the premier of the world's second largest economy.

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Catching a Ride
China's extensive railway technology experience can benefit the development of its Southeast Asian neighbors
Previous China-CEE Leaders' Meetings
Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries include Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia. They cover a combined area of over 1.3 million square km, with a population of 123 million.

- First China-CEE Leaders' Meeting
Warsaw, Poland
April 26, 2012
Leaders of China and 16 CEE countries agreed to view relations with one another from a strategic height and long-term prospective.

- Second China-CEE Leaders' Meeting
Bucharest, Romania
November 26, 2013
China and CEE countries issued an action plan and pledged to expand investment and boost infrastructure collaboration
The Premier Pace
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No. 26, 2014
NO. 20, 2014
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NO. 50, 2013
Li's Visits in 2014  
- To Ethiopia, Nigeria, Angola, Kenya
- To Britain, Greece
- To Germany, Russia and Italy
- To Myanmar
- To Kazakhstan, Serbia and Thailand
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