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10 July, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Poland urges China to boost investment, drop tariffs

AFP, Warsaw

Poland's foreign minister on Monday urged China to invest more in central Europe and to drop tariff barriers as his Chinese counterpart sought assurances that Warsaw would consider Beijing's controversial 5G technology.

Poland in January arrested a former executive of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei suspected of spying, casting doubt over its bid to develop a 5G network in the EU country closely allied with Washington.

The US has banned Huawei's participation in the development of 5G wireless networks citing potential risks to national security.

"China invests a lot in Europe, but only five percent of its EU investments are in central and east European states," Poland's Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said at a joint press conference with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Warsaw.

"I encouraged the minister to make greater investments, of benefit to our society, in Poland and central Europe," Czaputowicz said, also calling for Beijing to "eliminate barriers" and "open up" to imports from Poland and other European countries.

He noted progress on the export of Polish farm products to China.

 

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