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China, Ireland sign trade deals

By Cheng Guangjin and Li Lianxing | China Daily | Updated: 2012-03-28 08:08

China and Ireland on Tuesday signed a number of deals to promote cooperation in science, trade and investments, and elevated their bilateral relationship onto the level of mutual beneficial strategic partners.

Premier Wen Jiabao told visiting Irish counterpart Enda Kenny that in face of the changing international situation and grave challenges, the two sides should take the opportunity of establishing mutually beneficial strategic partnership to promote exchanges and cooperation in all areas.

After their talks, Wen and Kenny oversaw the signing of three agreements, including cooperation in science and research innovation, investments and trade.

China, Ireland sign trade deals

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