French President Francois Hollande wrapped up a two-day visit to China Friday, confident that France could achieve more balanced trade with the world's second largest economy.
French President Francois Hollande (L) chats to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the start of their meeting at the Zhongnanhai in Beijing on April 26, 2013. Li was quoted as telling Hollande on Friday that Beijing wants more balanced trade with France and is willing to buy more French products.
Hollande became the first Western leader to meet China's new president Xi Jinping and picked up a deal potentially worth billions for 60 new Airbus aircraft.
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