European policy research paper
Deepen dialogue and cooperation under the ASEM framework, and advance ASEM reform on the basis of mutual respect, equality, mutual benefit and consensus-building with a focus on practical outcomes for ASEM to play its unique role in the global governance system. It is important that the two sides engage in dialogues instead of confrontation, enhance mutual understanding and trust through equal consultation, build as much consensus as possible, accommodate each other's legitimate concerns, and handle disputes and frictions in a constructive way.
The first part of the report compares working time in Finland to other European countries using working time data from Eurostat and provides a review of the economics literature on working time and employment.
Prevent weaponization of and arms race in outer space and safeguard its peace and security. Facilitate efforts by China and EU member states to set up cultural centers in each other's countries.
Support greater two-way openness of the financial sector and advance cooperation on cross-border financial infrastructure connectivity.
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It is believed that media professionals should observe their professional ethics, and oppose and combat fake news and illegal online content. Strengthen communication and cooperation on public legal services, and extradition and criminal judicial assistance for more practical and effective joint combat against transnational crimes. The time spent on caring and housework combined is the third highest in the EU. The EU should refrain from signing with Taiwan any agreement with sovereign implications or official in nature. Facilitate efforts by China and EU member states to set up cultural centers in each other's countries. Fully implement the Agreement on Cooperation and Mutual Administrative Assistance in Customs Matters and other documents, promote cooperation on IPR border law enforcement, Smart and Secure Trade Lanes, mutual recognition of Authorized Economic Operator, trade statistics, combating fraud, monitoring of solid waste, cross-border sanitary and phytosanitary quarantine, security of imported and exported goods, and supervision of food safety, and actively explore new areas of cooperation such as regulation of cross-border e-commerce. The two policy papers on the EU issued by the Chinese government in and provided important guidance to the development of China-EU relations. Countries are increasingly interconnected and interdependent. The EU should not endorse Taiwan's membership in any international organization where statehood is required, not sell Taiwan any weapons or any equipment, materials or technologies that can be used for military purposes, and not carry out military exchanges or cooperation in any form. Further explore each other's tourism markets and boost cooperation between tourism industries based on the success of the China-EU Tourism Year of The first part of the report compares working time in Finland to other European countries using working time data from Eurostat and provides a review of the economics literature on working time and employment. The EU should explicitly oppose "Taiwan independence" in any form, support China's peaceful reunification, and handle Taiwan-related issues with prudence.
China will expand the import of high quality goods from the EU through existing channels and new platforms such as the China International Import Expo. Build a wide-ranging and multi-tiered network for China-EU youth exchanges and continue to hold the China-EU Youth Policy Dialogue and Expert Seminar as well as themed exchanges between youth organizations.
China hopes that the EU side will earnestly protect the safety and legitimate rights and interests of Chinese nationals in its member states. It is believed that media professionals should observe their professional ethics, and oppose and combat fake news and illegal online content. China will continue to provide facilitation for EU correspondents in China in accordance with laws and regulations and hopes that the EU will play a positive role in facilitating objective, impartial and accurate coverage of China by media in EU member states. China follows with interest the EU laws and regulations on trade and investment, and hopes that EU makes its legislation consistent with WTO rules and takes concrete actions to safeguard an open and fair market environment to reduce and remove the doubts and concerns of Chinese companies. Further promote all-dimensional and high-level cooperation on peaceful use of nuclear energy, continue to strengthen substantive cooperation on nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, nuclear security, nuclear safeguards, nuclear non-proliferation, nuclear technology research, and the non-power uses of nuclear technology in medical care and health, environmental protection, food safety, industrial processing and public security. Encourage media cooperation in various forms, welcome the participation of media organizations from EU member states in the Belt and Road News Network, expand press and publishing cooperation, facilitate exchanges of broadcasting and television organizations, and support cooperation in the production of film and TV programs, book translation and joint interviews. Besides, both UNCLOS and international customary law as long as composed by a provision of UNCLOS, provided that they are binding on the EU, can be a subject of infringement proceedings and principle of consistent interpretation; however, contain partially certainty, furthermore inconsistencies in relation to directly effectiveness, legality review and EU's non-contractual liability. Based on common interests and needs, China and the Central and Eastern European countries have conducted win-win, open and transparent cross-regional cooperation. Follow through on the consensus on civil aviation and enhance exchanges and cooperation. Deepen practical cooperation among Chinese and European provinces and municipalities, between cities and industrial parks, and between cities and enterprises. China and the EU should expand practical cooperation in various fields and engage in third party cooperation.
European integration has advanced as regional countries and their people endeavor to maintain peace and gain strength through unity. Part Five Social and People-to-People Cooperation Fully leverage the coordinating role of the High-level People-to-People Dialogue and continue to explore new fields, models and approaches of exchanges and cooperation.
In his historic visit to the EU headquarters inPresident Xi Jinping reached important consensus with EU leaders on building China-EU partnership for peace, growth, reform and civilization, charting the course for deepening the win-win China-EU Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and setting out the overarching goals of China's policy on the EU in the long run.
Make good use of the China-EU Legal Affairs Dialogue, carry out legal policy exchange, mutual learning and cooperation to better understand each other's legal systems and promote China-EU cooperation.
Encourage media cooperation in various forms, welcome the participation of media organizations from EU member states in the Belt and Road News Network, expand press and publishing cooperation, facilitate exchanges of broadcasting and television organizations, and support cooperation in the production of film and TV programs, book translation and joint interviews.
UNCLOS can generate several and sometimes complicated legal effects with regard to the EU, either partially or fully separate from the EU's other international agreements, since it is multilateral, have the characteristic of constitution of the seas in substantive terms, brings an institutionalised structure, including International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, in institutional terms and is a mixed agreement in EU terms.
Based on past achievements and in keeping with the times, China's third policy paper on the EU aims at identifying the direction, principles and specific measures to deepen the China-EU Comprehensive Strategic Partnership in the new era and promote greater development of China-EU relations.
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