Germany, October 9-12
China and Germany signed trade, investment and technological cooperation deals worth $18.1billion.
The two sides jointly issued an action plan for innovation cooperation, which includes over 200 proposals, items and measures in 20 fields.
China and Germany have agreed to join hands in the cross-border pursuit of fugitives and recovery of booty.
Russia, October 12-14
Thirty-nine agreements were signed between China and Russia.
The documents, including governmental accords and business contracts, cover trade, finance, investment, energy and high-speed railways, people-to-people exchanges, advanced technology, satellite navigation, currency swap and customs.
A local currency swap deal worth 150 billion yuan ($24.4 billion) between the central banks of China and Russia was among the documents signed.
Italy, October 14-18
China and Italy agreed to strengthen cooperation in infrastructure construction, energy and financial services, high-end manufacturing, creative design and aerospace, and to expand bilateral trade, enhance industrial connections and increase two-way investment.
Companies of the two countries signed deals worth 8 billion euro ($10 billion) in various sectors including energy, aeronautics, transportation, environment and shipbuilding.
Li announced that China will donate $50 million in the next five years to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization during a visit to the UN body's headquarters in Rome on October 15.