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China, Venezuela sign energy, farm agreements to cement ties
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07:51, September 25, 2008

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China and Venezuela on Wednesday signed a wide range of agreements to boost cooperation in energy, agriculture and other areas.

These agreements were signed at a meeting of the China-Venezuela joint committee, which was attended by Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang and visiting Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, plus some 200 representatives from both countries.

Addressing the meeting, Li said China wanted to facilitate economic and technology exchanges with Venezuela and enhance substantial cooperation in the areas of energy, agriculture and infrastructure.

Praising the important role of the joint committee, Chavez said his country is ready to boost win-win cooperation with China in various areas.

Li said the establishment of the China-Venezuela strategic partnership in 2001 had strengthened bilateral political trust and expanded cooperation in economics, trade, culture and other areas.

On world financial market, he called on the international community to increase dialogue and play a positive role in safeguarding the stability of the world economy.

China will take relevant regulatory and control measures to maintain macroeconomic stability, the vice premier said.

Founded in 2001, the China-Venezuela joint committee aims at consolidating and strengthening trade cooperation.

Source: Xinhua



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