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China extends help to tackle euro crisis
By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing and Peter Spiegel in Brussels
Published: December 21 2010 13:00 | Last updated: December 21 2010 18:44
China has promised to take further “concerted action” to support European financial stabilisation, including continuing to buy the bonds of countries at the centre of the sovereign debt crisis, according to senior European officials.
The officials, who declined to be named, said Wang Qishan, a Chinese vice-premier, had given assurances that China would step up support for European stabilisation efforts “if necessary”. Mr Wang made the pledge during the third annual China-EU High Level Economic and Trade Dialogue, held in Beijing on Tuesday.