Chinese Vice Premier Underlines Agricultural Cooperation with France
   2013-04-26 21:27:05    Xinhua      Web Editor: Fu Yu

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang met here Friday with French Agriculture Minister Stephane Le Foll, calling on the two sides to deepen agricultural cooperation.

Wang said the two countries complement each other when it comes to the agricultural sector and have great potential for cooperation.

He said the two sides should enhance coordination in international and bilateral agricultural cooperation, take measures to implement cooperative programs and deepen mutually beneficial cooperation in agriculture.

Le Foll said France is willing to work with China to support exchanges and investment cooperation between agricultural enterprises of the two countries.

Also on Friday, Wang met with Sir David Brewer, chairman of the China-Britain Business Council (CBBC), in Beijing.

Wang praised the CBBC's contribution in promoting bilateral economic and trade cooperation as well as exchanges between small and medium-sized enterprises between the two countries.

He said China will adhere to the policy of opening up, oppose trade protectionism and create more conditions for cooperation between business communities of the two countries.

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