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Vanuatu's President wraps up China visit
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18:47, July 13, 2007

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Vanuatu's President Kalkot Mataskelekele on Friday left Shenzhen, an economically dynamic city in south China, concluding his six-day state visit to China.

During his stay in Shenzhen, Mataskelekele met with Shenzhen Mayor Xu Zongheng and toured some leading companies and landmark buildings.

His visit coincided with the 25th anniversary of the establishment of China-Vanuatu ties. Vanuatu is a country in southwest Pacific with a population of about 200,000.

In Beijing, Mataskelekele held talks with Chinese Presdient Hu Jintao. Hu encouraged Chinese entrepreneurs to increase investment in Vanuatu in agriculture, forestry, fishery, telecommunications and infrastructure.

Mataskelekele also met with other Chinese leaders, including top legislator Wu Bangguo and chief justice Xiao Yang.

The visit also took Mataskelekele to northwest China's Shaanxi Province.

Source: Xinhua

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