Canada's Trudeau confirms no free trade deal with China for now
Visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters in Beijing that there will be no free trade agreement (FTA) announcement during his second visit to China.  
When answering reporters' questions about the highly-anticipated deal, Trudeau said his government will continue to engage with the Chinese government on trade.  
He said the two countries have made achievements in trade talks in the past few years, and no G7 country is involved in trade talks with China like Canada is.  
"The decision is important not only to entrepreneurs but to ordinary Canadians. No G7 country is involved in trade talks with China like Canada," he said.  
The two countries signed a series of trade deals covering agriculture, trade, tourism and energy cooperation.  
Premier Li Keqiang said China and Canada are entering a “golden era” of relations after the bilateral meeting on Monday.  
They also released a joint statement on climate change and clean energy.  
During Tuesday's press conference, Trudeau stressed that both sides are fully implementing the Paris Accord and are committed to ensuring economic growth and climate protection go hand in hand. 
The Canadian prime minister will meet President Xi Jinping later Tuesday. 
Before wrapping up his visit to China, Trudeau will travel to Guangzhou to attend the Fortune Global Forum.