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China and NZ agree on expanding bilateral cooperation

Updated: Apr 18,2016 7:50 PM

Premier Li Keqiang met with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key in Beijing on April 18, and both sides agreed to expand cooperation in innovative agriculture and stock breeding.

China and New Zealand will link the countries’ development strategies, and join hands to promote the negotiation of a regional comprehensive economic partnership.

Both the Premier and John Key are expected to sign agreements on agriculture, scientific research, finance, and education.