Cuba-China Ink Accord on Agricultural Products
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- Business and Economy
- Politics and Government
- 10 / 30 / 2008
The letter of intent was penned during the second China-Latin America Business Summit held recently in the Asian country, reported Granma newspaper Wednesday. The meeting gave the island the opportunity to exchange with several companies participating.
The meeting took place in the city of Harbin, Heilonjiang, with 160 companies from Latin America and 240 Chinese firms attending.
Also present were representatives from Spain, Japan, United States and organizations including the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
Zhoe Tienong, vice president of the Permanent Committee of the Chinese National Assembly, the country’s highest legislative body, welcomed the guests and noted that trade between China and Latin America reached US$ 102 billion in 2007.