Country to step up trade cooperation with New-Zealand.

By bne IntelliNews April 19, 2011
China and New-Zealand pledged to continue to promote ties and step up bilateral cooperation in various fields, especially in trade. As reported by Xinhua's China Economic Information Service, Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping expressed appreciation for the growth and development of bilateral relations, calling on both nations to better fulfil common obligations and safeguard shared interests by establishing closer coordination in addressing regional peace and stability, economic development and global challenges. The two countries, which are both significant players in the Asia-Pacific region, share comprehensive common interests and mutual benefits. The two nations maintain high-level political exchanges and step up trade cooperation to double the trade volume by 2015.

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