Li open to Philippines cooperation

China is willing to hold detailed discussions and formulate ways to cooperate with the Philippines for the next five to 10 years, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday.

Chinese premier returns after East Asia Summit, Philippines visit

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang returned to Beijing on Thursday after an official visit to the Philippines.

China, Philippines issue joint statement to advance ties, promote cooperation

China and the Philippines issued a joint statement on Thursday, in which the two sides agreed to advance bilateral relations and press ahead with cooperation in key areas.

RCEP must be made a reality at earliest date

This position stands in sharp contrast with Japan, which has sought to turn the Trans-Pacific Partnership, though rendered flaccid after the United States' withdrawal, into a geopolitical tool designed to counter China's influence in the region.

Officials to boost talks on trade pact

Leaders have pledged intensified efforts by ministers and negotiators next year to finalize negotiations on the proposed free-trade pact known as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, according to a joint statement issued on Tuesday.

Diplomacy in full swing in new era

The leadership of the Communist Party of China has wrapped up its first series of diplomatic efforts after the 19th National Congress of the CPC, which included US President Donald Trump's maiden visit to China, President Xi Jinping's speech at the APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting in Vietnam, and Premier Li Keqiang's deliberations at the ASEAN+China (10+1) leaders' meeting in the Philippines.

China, Philippines have 'ability, wisdom' to enhance ties

China and the Philippines have the ability and wisdom to manage their differences and enhance bilateral ties, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said here on Wednesday.

Beijing's role crucial for stability, multilateral chief says

China's role will continue to have great importance in regional economic cooperation and integration, the head of a multilateral group said on Tuesday in Manila.

Premier engages with leaders in useful one-on-one talks

Editor's note: Premier Li Keqiang met foreign leaders on the sidelines of a series of leaders' meetings on East Asia cooperation in Manila on Monday. Here are highlights of some of the talks.

Li calls for building East Asia community

China called for joint efforts to advance construction of an East Asia economic community for regional integration and common development on Tuesday in Manila.

Premier assures ASEAN, world leaders of safe navigation

Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday that China will firmly safeguard freedom of navigation and overflight in the South China Sea.