China, Russia to further advance economic cooperation

15:29, April 22, 2010      

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Officials from China and Russia, in talks held here on Wednesday, agreed to fully tap the potential of bilateral economic cooperation between the two countries.

In talks with Chinese Ambassador to Russia Li Hui, Russian Industry and Trade Minister Viktor Khristenko said Russia and China, as neighboring countries of strong economic complementarity and collectively tasked with economic restructuring and modernization, share a broad prospect for economic and trade cooperation.

Russia is willing to adopt effective measures along with China to further enhance bilateral economic cooperation, he said.

The Russian minister expressed the hope that more big Chinese enterprises would invest in Russia, and the two countries would realize a mutually beneficial and win-win situation by expanding cooperation on deep processing of raw materials, aircraft manufacturing and hi-tech sectors.

Hailing the fruitful achievements of bilateral economic cooperation in recent years, Li said both sides should take opportunities to fully tap cooperative potentials on finance, investment and economic technology.

The two officials also exchanged views on the upcoming Shanghai World Expo.

Source: Xinhua


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