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China, Brazil agree to further boost strategic partnership

(Xinhua)

09:49, February 15, 2012

BRASILIA, Feb. 14 (Xinhua) -- Two senior Chinese and Brazilian officials agreed to further promoting the strategic partnership between the two countries.

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan and Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer co-hosted the second session of the China-Brazil High-level Coordination and Cooperation Committee here Monday, and reached the agreement.

Both sides agreed to further promote the two countries' strategic partnership by continuing to use the committee as a platform to deepen bilateral cooperation in various fields.

In a bid to boost the world economic recovery, the two countries pledged to strengthen bilateral cooperation in multilateral mechanisms and firmly oppose all forms of protectionism as well as avoid any moves to politicize economic issues.

The two sides vowed to make joint efforts to implement the two countries' Joint Action Plan and set out the formulation of a 10-year cooperation plan on economy and culture.

They promised to maintain the good momentum of the rapid growth in bilateral trade and continue to improve trade structure. They also agreed on further investment in such fields as infrastructure and emerging industries.

The two sides would also strengthen bilateral cooperation in science, technology and innovation, and deepen exchanges and cooperation in such fields as nanotechnology, biology, telecommunications and agriculture.

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