Chinese premier arrives in Kuala Lumpur for two-day visit

10:24, April 28, 2011      

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Premier Wen Jiabao has arrived in Kuala Lumpur for a two-day official visit to Malaysia.

During his visit, Wen is expected to meet his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak, for discussions about ways of pushing forward bilateral cooperation. He will also attend the signing ceremonies of a series of agreements covering trade, finance and infrastructure construction.

In a written speech delivered upon his arrival, Wen said that, as developing countries, China and Malaysia had a lot of common interests and that closer ties will help maintain the region's stability and prosperity. Currently, China is Malaysia's biggest trade partner, while Malaysia is China's biggest trade partner among ASEAN countries.

Source: CNTV
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