Laura Chinchilla’s Asian Tour Builds Further Economic Relations

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    Friday, August 17, 2012, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said that economic and trade relations with Costa Rica will continue, including the Free Trade Agreement between the two countries.

    Wen met in Zhongnanhai, , with Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla, again on a six-day official visit to the People’s Republic.

    The two reviewed the five years of full diplomatic relations between the two countries to show that “we have made significant progress both in the political, economic and trade”.

    In his view, “this commercial instrument is going to achieve the development of trade and economic relations between the two countries.”

    Chinchilla today plans to complete her day’s interviews with top Chinese officials with a meeting with the speaker of parliament, Wu Banguo, and the vice-president, Xi Jinping, considered the man to replace the head of state, Hu Jintao, in October.

    Costa Rican President met Thursday at the Great Hall of the People Pekingese with Hu, in a ceremony that also signed eight cooperation agreements in areas such as tourism, economic or health collaboration.

    Both countries also signed a statement of understanding for the establishment of an industrial zone specialized in Chinese investments in Costa Rican territory.

    The model to develop that area is the Chinese city of Suzhou, which Chinchilla also visited Shanghai this week during his tour.

    The president plans to travel to the Chinese city of Xian before embarking towards South Korea, the last leg of his Asian tour.


    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose Costa Rica

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