Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang (centre), European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (left) and European Council President Donald Tusk leave after addressing a press conference at the end of the EU-China summit in Brussels on Friday. Photo: AFP Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang (centre), European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (left) and European Council President Donald Tusk leave after addressing a press conference at the end of the EU-China summit in Brussels on Friday. Photo: AFP
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang (centre), European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (left) and European Council President Donald Tusk leave after addressing a press conference at the end of the EU-China summit in Brussels on Friday. Photo: AFP

China-EU pledge to fight climate change, but formal agreement derailed by trade dispute

Leaders commit to cutting back on fossil fuels, developing more green technology and helping raise funds to help poorer countries cut their emissions

Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang (centre), European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (left) and European Council President Donald Tusk leave after addressing a press conference at the end of the EU-China summit in Brussels on Friday. Photo: AFP Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang (centre), European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (left) and European Council President Donald Tusk leave after addressing a press conference at the end of the EU-China summit in Brussels on Friday. Photo: AFP
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang (centre), European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (left) and European Council President Donald Tusk leave after addressing a press conference at the end of the EU-China summit in Brussels on Friday. Photo: AFP
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