Singapore And China Boost Ties

Sept. 25, 2005
Singapore and China on Sept. 20 held an annual bilateral meeting and signed several pacts aimed at fostering cooperation. At the second annual Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation, Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi and Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Wong ...

Singapore and China on Sept. 20 held an annual bilateral meeting and signed several pacts aimed at fostering cooperation. At the second annual Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation, Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi and Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Wong Kan Seng signed five agreements to push forward ties in areas like human resource training as well as science and technology.

A joint website that private sectors can use to gather information about the two economies was also launched with the addresses www.csc.mti-mofcom.gov.sg and www.csc.mofcom-mti.gov.cn .

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