Fabrice Bregier (R), President and CEO of Airbus, and Li Hai (L), President and CEO of China Aviation Supplies Holding Company (CAS), sign documents during an agreement signing ceremony as French Prime minister Manuel Valls (2ndR) and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang look on at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, June 30, 2015. China placed a landmark order on Tuesday for dozens of wide-body jets from Airbus in a multi-billion-dollar deal that paves the way for a second European aircraft plant in the world's fastest-growing aviation market. The deal, signed during a visit to France by Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang, includes a definitive purchase of 45 A330 aircraft, worth at least $11 billion at list prices, plus plans for a possible further 30 worth about $250 million each.Picture taken June 30, 2015. REUTERS/Dominique Faget/Pool
Comment investissent les entreprises d’Etat chinoises
July 1, 2015,
La France reçoit le premier ministre chinois Li Keqiang, du 30 juin au 2 juillet. M. Li vient promouvoir les grands projets stratégiques chinois, tels que la « nouvelle route de la soie » ou la nouvelle Banque asiatique pour les investissements dans les infrastructures.