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China expects stronger substantial cooperation with Cuba   2012-07-06 20:37:12

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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R, front) holds talks with Raul Castro Ruz (L, front), president of Cuba's Council of State and Council of Ministers during their meeting in Beijing, capital of China, July 6, 2012. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei)


China-Cuba ties thrive in 2011   2011-12-28 12:33:21

HAVANA, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) -- China and Cuba strengthened their friendship, cooperation and coordination in 2011, with frequent exchanges of high-level visits and mutual support in global affairs.
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping visited Cuba in June, followed by Chinese Agriculture Minister Han Changfu who made a trip to the island nation in July.

Guo Boxiong, member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC)'s Central Committee and vice chairman of the Central Military Commission of China, visited Cuba in October, while Han Qide, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress travelled to the country in November.

In late August, Jose Ramon Balaguer, member of the secretariat of the Communist Party of Cuba's (CCP) Central Committee, visited China as special envoy of Cuban leader Raul Castro.
Built on sustained close relationship and mutual respect between the two nations, cooperation and economic exchanges continued to grow, and now China has become Cuba's second-largest trade partner after Venezuela.

In the outgoing year, Cuba and China boosted cooperation in oil exploration, hotel construction and biotechnology, signing agreements to develop vaccines and agricultural products.

China kept exporting electrical appliances, food, medical equipment, vehicles and machinery to Cuba, which supplied China with nickel, rum, medicine and sugar.

Chinese firms made a prominent presence during the year's leading business events in Cuba, such as Computer Science-2011 in February and the 29th Havana International Fair held from Oct. 31 to Nov. 5, bringing along high-quality and innovative products.

Cultural exchanges have also increased. In early November, China's Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra gave two performances in Havana, with traditional Chinese music and old musical instruments captivated the Cuban audiences.

As the two governments, parties and peoples get closer, the language is no longer a barrier. Many Chinese students are studying Spanish in Cuba, while Cuban students are learning Chinese at the University of Havana's Confucius Institute.

Editor: Mo Hong'e

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