S. Korean PM leaves for China for talks

15:17, April 12, 2011      

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South Korean Prime Minister Kim Hwang-sik left on Tuesday for China for talks with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.

The prime minsiter's office has said Kim and Wen are expected to discuss strengthening the strategic partnership relationship between Seoul and Beijing and expanding economic and trade ties.

Kim's official trip, slated for April 12-15, will involve a courtesy visit to President Hu Jintao and bring him to the Boao Forum for Asia, a non-profit regional economic forum that kicks off in the southern Chinese city of Boao on April 14.

His trip will mark the fifth official visit to China by a South Korean prime minister.

Source: Xinhua
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