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China and Malaysia Vow to Boost Bilateral Trade and Investment
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• Chinese Premier Back Home after Attending East Asian Leaders' Meetings
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived in Suzhou city of east China's Jiangsu Province after attending the East Asian leaders' meetings in Kuala Lumpur of Malaysia in the early hours of Tuesday.
• Chinese Premier Back Home after Attending East Asian Leaders' Meetings
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived in Suzhou city of east China's Jiangsu Province after attending the East Asian leaders' meetings in Kuala Lumpur of Malaysia in the early hours of Tuesday.
• China, Malaysia Vow to Boost Trade, Investment
China and Malaysia on Monday pledged to cement their economic ties by promoting bilateral trade and investment amid a closer partnership.
• Chinese Premier Calls on Malaysian Business Leaders to Contribute to Ties
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday urged Malaysian business leaders to grasp the opportunity to make fresh contributions to the growth of bilateral ties in politics, economy and culture.
• Chinese FM Confirms Li, Abe's "Brief" Talk in Malaysia
China on Monday confirmed a "brief" talk between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Kuala Lumpur during the East Asia Summit.
• China to Grant 50 Bln Yuan RQFII Quota to Malaysia
China will grant a 8.2 billion USD quota of investment to Malaysia under the Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors program, Premier Li Keqiang said Monday when addressing a bilateral business forum.
• Chinese Vice FM Criticizes US Warship's South China Sea Intrusion
On the sideline of ongoing regional meetings in Kuala lumpur, China's Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said US's intrusion into the South China Sea was a "political provocation" in the name of "freedom of navigation."
• Chinese Premier Proposes Ways to Resolve South China Sea Disputes
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has raised a five-point proposal in an attempt to stabilize the situation in the South China Seas during the annual East Asian summit in Kuala Lumpur.
• China, ASEAN Sign Upgraded Trade Co-op Protocol
China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations have signed a protocol concerning deepened bilateral trade cooperation. China, ASEAN Seals Deal to Upgrade Bilateral FTA; China-Asian Co-op Help Boost New Growth Points: Expert
• Li Keqiang Visits Malaysia's Malacca Port
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday visited Malacca, a port city about two hours away from Kuala Lumpur, Maylaysia. Chinese Premier Visits Malacca to Send Message of Peace amid U.S. Meddling in South China Sea
• China, ASEAN Seals Deal to Upgrade Bilateral FTA
China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) sealed a deal here Sunday to upgrade their free trade area (FTA), injecting fresh impetus into regional economic cooperation.
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About ASEAN

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, was established on 8 August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand, with the signing of the ASEAN Declaration (Bangkok Declaration).

The ten member states are Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia.

The Association is aimed to accelerate the economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region through joint endeavours in the spirit of equality and partnership.

CRI Reports
v China and Malaysia Vow to Boost Bilateral Trade and Investment
China and Malaysia have pledged to promote bilateral trade and investment so as to cement their economic ties. Premier Li Back Home after Attending East Asian Leaders' Meetings
v Leaders of ASEAN Declare the Establishment of a Formal Community
The Southeast Asian nations, meeting in Kuala Lumpur, have signed an agreement to establish by December 31 a formal community aimed at creating freer movement of trade and capital.
v ASEAN Summit Focuses on Establishment of ASEAN Community
As part of the sessions at the ASEAN regional meetings, the 10 member countries are discussing a number of topics, including terrorism and the formal creation of an ASEAN Community by the end of this year.
v China, ASEAN Eye Further Cooperation
Addressing the 18th China-ASEAN leaders' meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Premier Li Keqiang started by hailing the achievements in bilateral trade and cultural exchange against the backdrop of a global slowdown.
v Observers: "Belt and Road" Initiative Enhances China-ASEAN Connectivity
Ahead of Premier Li's four-day trip, industry observers are saying that the China-proposed "Belt and Road" initiative could further boost China-ASEAN cooperation.
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Commentary
  • ASEAN Stands at New Starting Point for Regional Integration
  • Interview: Malaysian Economist Sees Great Potential in Chinese Investment in Malaysia, ASEAN
  • China Willing to Promote Realization of ASEAN Community: Ambassador
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