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Chinese Premier Keqiang meets with Polish President Duda - China, Poland agree on better cooperation



Crow
24 Nov 2015  #1

Very good article that shed positive light on future Polish-Chinese cooperation. In a Multi-Polar world that emerges, Poland is well accepted by most global centers, what in reverse increase Polish influence and maneuverable space of Poland when comes to some eventual hostile situation in the world. For sure, Duda, with his balanced attitude giving his maximal contribution to this.

China, Poland agree on better cooperation

news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-11/24/c_134849798.htm

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R) meets with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Suzhou, east China's Jiangsu Province, Nov. 24, 2015. Andrzej Duda was in Suzhou to attend the fourth leaders' meeting between China and Central and Eastern European countries. (Xinhua/Gao Jie)

SUZHOU, Jiangsu, Nov. 24 (Xinhua) -- China and Poland on Tuesday pledged to cement economic and trade relations and step up cooperation in infrastructure.

In a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda, Chinese premier Li Keqiang highlighted closer high-level exchanges, growing mutual political trust and enhanced practical cooperation.

He said China attaches great importance to its ties with Poland and is willing to develop the strategic partnership.

Li expressed his hope that the Polish government would continue its friendly policy towards China. Both sides should work together to put bilateral ties at the vanguard of relations between China and Central and Eastern Europe

dolnoslask
24 Nov 2015  #2

Great news for Poland crow, huge market for us to export into, huge potential for Chinese financial investment in Poland.
Crow
24 Nov 2015  #3

Once when is Poland accepted in club of world global centers, Polish worries from past about hostile neighbors of Poland would be over. Strategic position of Poland would be qualitatively changed. What crossed my mind is that, ironically (or rather naturally), it is exactly Russia who pushes for world order (Multi-Polar) that would allow Poland to exist as independent power and ultimately to form Intermarium as realm of its influence. It then bring another conclusion, that those, who for so long pretend to be best friends of Poland (namely Anglos), those who for centuries and actually since the end of Roman era (Romano-British) fought to establish their own domination in the world and then to keep it functional, represent real natural opposition to Poland.

here is an article which proves my point. Poland intent to become a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council. Its the first step in getting worldwide status of global power, what Poland need on her path to for Intermarium. That is one of the reasons for Duda`s visit to China.

Polish president building ties in China

Nick Hodge 23.11.2015 08:54 / Radio Poland
thenews.pl/1/10/Artykul/229917,Polish-president-building-ties-in-China

President Andrzej Duda has begun an official five-day visit to China, where he is due to participate in economic forums, besides taking part in talks with Chinese political leaders. ....................................... According to the Polish president's office, Duda will be striving to encourage Chinese investment in Poland.

Duda is also expected to discuss Poland's wish to become a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council. Besides the five permanent members (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States), the council has 10 non-permanent members that serve on rotational two-year terms.

Dougpol1
26 Nov 2015  #4

Great news for Poland crow, huge market for us to export into, huge potential for Chinese financial investment in Poland.

Sorry - I didn't quite catch that?

Mmmmm. I saw a smug Duda sittting down with the Chinese.
A real president sets his house in order in Poland first, then goes off on the jollies. What does Poland have that the Chinese want? I'll tell you.

Mining machinery.........

They (the Chinese) send a trade delegation, the machines are demonstrated, the Polish manufacturer visits the mines, they eventually sign contracts, the Chines get a few machines, the Chinese then dishonour the contract, and they then copy the patent.

Straight from the horses mouth of the MD of Silesia's largest mining equipment manufacturer......

What does China DO for Poland again?
G (undercover)
26 Nov 2015  #5

A real president sets his house in order in Poland first

LOL ! Just shut up you... :)))))))
dolnoslask
26 Nov 2015  #6

Dougpo Poland exports over 2bn$ worth of goods to China, as for the mining equipment , what did the mining manager expect, the Chinese buy one or two pieces of technology from a country and copy it that's what they do, no one stops them so business as usual. The Russians learned that lesson that's why they won't sell the Chinese 1 or two fighters but a order for a 100 would be ok.
Borsukrates
27 Nov 2015  #7

What does China DO for Poland again?

Poland needs to figure out a way to make money with China. China is going to invest in Poland either way - because of Poland's geopolitical position. Poland has an excellent position as a natural hub between east and west (Europe and Asia), north and south. The position is also a crash zone. A curse for a weak country, a blessing for a strong one.

Trains from China already drive to Poland. They return mostly empty. It's a waste of opportunity. China wants to build a new Silk Road with Poland on one end to circumvent American ocean blockade. This means Poland can become a stronger economy than Germany if it plays its hand well.

Jacek Bartosiak - Chaos może być szansą dla Polski
youtube.com/watch?v=HkoxG2G6HDk
Crow
15 May 2017  #8

Poland needs to figure out a way to make money with China.

Seams that Poland coordinates with Serbia and Hungary, when it comes to China. Its wise.

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yesterday in Peking, Polish PM Sidlo and Serbian PM Vucic

Direction of Polish and Serbian strategy in mutual projects with China was defined in meeting, last year in Riga. Polish PM Sidlo underlined that Serbia represent key Poland`s regional partner. Level of trade between Poland and Serbia reached 1 billion EUR >>> /article below/ >>>

SAMIT U RIGI: Vučić s Kećangom, Borisovim, Šidlovom, Ramom...
05. Novembar 2016. u 12:11
bktvnews.com/info/politika/samit-u-rigi-vucic-s-kecangom-borisovim-sidlovom-ramom/69907

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gregy741
15 May 2017  #9

have you read todays information regarding Poland's and Hungary's deal with China and its silk road project?
EU Jyrki Katainen announced that EU will not sign any agreement and that only EU commission has sole right and mandate to negotiate on behalf of those countries.

literally ,EU is blocking any right of Poland to make any deal with China.
whatta scum..Brits were right leaving this s-hole.this is just fkin outrageous
sry,only in polish"
fakty.interia.pl/swiat/news-szydlo-zdziwiona-oswiadczeniem-ke-ws-deklaracji-z-forum-pasa,nId,2393991

why sum unelected EU prick has right to block 40 mil country to negotiate international deals?wtf?
NowyPoster
4 Jun 2017  #10

From an article by Sean Starrs - professor of international relations at the City University of Hong Kong: THE CHIMERA OF GLOBAL CONVERGENCE

It is about control and position held by Western corporations over "the supply chain' in the global economy and of China's position in it. Here goes a fragment on what is considered the Chinese trump card on the table in the global game of economic powers, namely consumer electronics:

[...]China has been the world's biggest exporter of electronics since 2004, including computer hardware. Yet its profit-share in the electronics sector is just 3 per cent-no match for Taiwan's 25 percent, let alone the 33 percent accruing to US companies.[...]

newleftreview.org/II/87/sean-starrs-the-chimera-of-global-convergence
Ironside
4 Jun 2017  #11

Very good article that shed positive light on future Polish-Chinese cooperation

What positive light?

Great news for Poland crow, huge market for us to export into, huge potential for Chinese financial investment in Poland.@ dolnoslask

What good about that?
Crow
4 Jun 2017  #12

What positive light?

Great business opportunity. What else.

More businesses you have from different meridians, more you are independent. That`s best.
Ironside
4 Jun 2017  #13

Great business opportunity

to do what? Buy more cheap crap from China? There is more than enough of their produce. The thing is Poland should start producing stuff rather than import it.

China is a commie controlled economy, they use it as tool to extract profits, maximise benefits to their ends using bribery, economical and political pressure and such.

Poland as a state will not be able to deal with all that.
Crow
4 Jun 2017  #14

to do what? Buy more cheap crap from China? There is more than enough of their produce.

As we Serbs use to say... There are two kind of Made in China products - `China-China products` and `China-something products`. Only difference is quality and it depend on you what you get. To say, more money, more ``music``.

Second kind of products are those produced in China by the quality standards or by the license. In other words foreign brands have factories in China and due to cheep labor force their products are made cheaper and more competitive and they then coming beck to Europe, USA, world. And they have standard European/USA quality. See?

The thing is Poland should start producing stuff rather than import it.

Exactly. Then you can negotiate with China for cheaper credit then those western Europe can provide. You know, that same western Europe seek to get credits from China.

Or, you can ask for direct Chinese investments in Poland, where you employ Polish and Chinese companies (what Serbia doing selling some companies to China).

You may combine effects of qualitative Chinese credits to Poland and direct Chinese investments into Poland (what Hungary and Serbia doing by making cutting-edge railroad from Budapest to Belgrade).

Also, you can export enormous quantities of products to China (Serbia got contract to supply Chinese army and market with meat- you can`t imagine effects on economy- its literally economic science fiction).

You can attract Chinese banks on Polish market (same what Serbia doing).

China is a commie controlled economy, they use it as tool to extract profits, maximise benefits to their ends using bribery, economical and political pressure and such.

Forget prejudices. And who controls USA, Germany, France, UK, Russia? Some financial circles. Always some financial circles. Only that you have to know. Who don`t want to maximize benefits? All want that. Who don`t want to use economy for political issues, when possible? All want that. That`s why you attract many and create conditions that all can exist and coexist on your market. You don`t exclude anybody.

Free yourself and open to as many as possible financial circles. Create conditions for all of them. Prove that you care that are all satisfied. That makes you attractive and secure. Don`t be one of many but, one among many- that`s Serbian recipe.

Poland as a state will not be able to deal with all that.

Oh yes, Poland will be.

Its a multi-polar world out there. Time that Poland take its rightful place as power among other powers. Its even in interest of many, not only of Poland.
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