Prime Minister Justin Trudeau yesterday wrapped up a successful second official visit to China. The Prime Minister visited Beijing and Guangzhou, and met with several government leaders, including President Xi Jinping, and Premier Li Keqiang. Together, they agreed to move forward on several initiatives to deepen bilateral ties, including continuing exploratory discussions towards a comprehensive trade agreement, issuing the Joint Statement of Climate Change and Clean Growth, and increasing market access for Canadian producers of beef and pork. Leaders also addressed important regional issues, including North Korea and Myanmar, and continuing efforts to improve human rights and the rule of law in their respective countries. The PM wrapped up his visit to China in Guangzhou at the Fortune Global Forum, which brought together multinational CEOs and the heads of China's most important companies to discuss issues related to international commerce. At the forum, Trudeau delivered the keynote address, participated in an armchair discussion, held several bilateral meetings with global business leaders, and announced that Canada will host the 2018 Fortune Global Forum.