It was in the year 1964 that a relationship that was diplomatic in nature was established between China and France. After around thirty decades the economic relationship has fast progressed between both the countries for the betterment in future. Many of the French companies are established in China. In the 1980s China’s role in the France economy was not at all treated (by France) as a preferable choice as far as the economic strategy at international levels was concerned.
Beijing, the capital of China, was responsible for attracting reactions that were strong when Taiwan and France entered into two of the biggest deals in arms and ammunition in the year 1991. Normalization of relations between France and China took place when the government of France discontinued sale of ammunition and arms to Taiwan as per a joint communication between the two governments in the year 1994.
In the present times it has been seen that the relation between both the countries France as well as China have been progressing significantly. As far as investments in different sectors and trade is concerned, tremendous growth is being seen and in fact a proper balance is being maintained as well. In the whole of Europe, France is China’s biggest partner in trade.