China, Brazil to promote trade, investment cooperation, says communique

09:05, April 13, 2011      

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Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) shakes hands with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in Beijing, capital of China, April 12, 2011. (Xinhua/Rao Aimin)

The presidents of China and Brazil on Tuesday signed a joint communique after talks in Beijing, which said the two countries will continue to promote cooperation in trade and investment.

Speaking positively of the achievements the two countries have scored in trade and economic cooperation, the joint communique said the two sides are satisfied with the fast growth of bilateral trade and two-way investment. The two countries should continue to strengthen dialogues in this regard.

The Chinese side will encourage companies to increase imports of high value-added products from Brazil. Brazil reaffirmed it will rapidly deal with its commitment to recognize China's market economy status according to terms of the two countries' joint action, the joint communique said.

The two countries vowed to expand mutual investment through the cooperation of companies, especially in the high-tech industry, automobile, energy, mining and logistics sectors.

The joint communique also said dialogues between the two countries' companies are of great importance to the development of bilateral trade and an economic relationship, and they will encourage the establishment of partnerships among companies.

The two countries vowed to deepen cooperation in the field of aviation, especially in business jets and regional aircraft, the joint communique said.


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