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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is in Myanmar for a series of meetings on East Asian cooperation. He is also in the country for an official visit, his first to Myanmar since taking office.
China and ASEAN
• ASEAN, China to Increase Mutual Trust for Maritime Security
Southeast Asian countries agreed on Thursday to increase mutual trust with China to enhance maritime security and resolve disputes by peaceful means without resorting to threat or use of force.
• ASEAN Welcomes Four-point Agreement Reached by China, Japan
Southeast Asian countries said Thursday that they welcomed the four-point principled agreement reached by China and Japan recently.
• ASEAN-China Trade Expected to Reach 500 Bln USD by 2015
Southeast Asian countries hope to achieve the two-way trade goal with China of 500 billion U.S. dollars by 2015 and 1 trillion dollars by 2020, as well as two-way investment of 150 billion dollars by 2020.
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ASEAN Plus Three Summit
v Chinese Premier Urges Financial, Connectivity Cooperation in East Asia
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday called on the East Asian economies to enhance cooperation in finance and regional connectivity.
v ASEAN+3 Countries Agree on Joint Approach in Agriculture Promotion Scheme 2015-19
ASEAN+3 (China, Japan and South Korea) countries have agreed on joint approach in an agriculture and forest products promotion scheme for 2015-19, an official statement said Thursday.
v ASEAN+3 Education Ministers Meeting Held in Laos
Delegates of the 2nd ASEAN+3 Education Ministers Meeting Friday committed themselves to prioritizing the key areas of connectivity, mobility and human resource development, IT and English language training here in the Lao capital.
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East Asia Summit
  • China Calls for Peace and Economic Integration: Li

  • Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has issued a new call for regional economic integration and common development as part of a series of meetings at the now-concluded summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
  • Premier Li Arrives in Myanmar for East Asian Leaders' Meetings

  • Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived Wednesday for a series of leaders' meetings on East Asian cooperation and an official visit to Myanmar.
  • China to Announce New East Asian Cooperation in Series of Leaders' Meetings

  • Premier Li Keqiang will announce new measures and proposals for East Asia cooperation during a series of East Asian leaders' meetings, Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin told a press briefing on Thursday.
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    China and Myanmar
    v Chinese Premier Back Home from Myanmar
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang returned to Beijing on Friday evening after his visit to Myanmar.
    v Li's Myanmar Tour to Open New Chapter in China-ASEAN Ties
    Li's tour is expected to promote regional cooperation in East Asia and contribute to safeguarding regional peace and stability and advancing China-Myanmar comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.
    v Chinese President Stresses Cooperation with Myanmar
    President Xi Jinping says China and Myanmar should enhance bilateral cooperation through better communication, constructing special economic zones and improving people's livelihoods.
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    CRI Reports
    v China Calls for Peace and Economic Integration: Li
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has issued a new call for regional economic integration and common development as part of a series of meetings at the now-concluded summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
    v China to Push for East Asia Cooperation
    Premier Li Keqiang travels to Myanmar next week for meetings with East Asian leaders. He is expected to put forward a new series of proposals for East Asia cooperation.
    v China to Work with ASEAN on S.China Sea Issue: FM
    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says China and ASEAN are totally able to safeguard the peace and stability of the South China Sea.
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    Background Information
    • Nay Pyi Taw, Host City of 25th ASEAN Summit
    Nay Pyi Taw became the administrative capital of Myanmar in November 2005 when the government decided to start moving its ministries from Yangon, the commercial center of the country.
    • ASEAN
    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a political and economic organization of ten countries located in Southeast Asia.
    • ASEAN Plus Three Cooperation
    Since the process began in 1997, ASEAN Plus Three (APT) cooperation has broadened and deepened. It includes cooperation in the areas of political and security; transnational crime; economic; finance; tourism; agriculture and forestry; energy; minerals; small and medium-sized enterprises...
    • East Asia Summit
    The East Asia Summit (EAS) is a pan-Asian forum held annually by the leaders of 18 countries in the East Asian region, with ASEAN in a leadership position.
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