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Premier expects S. Asia agreement to bring benefits

By Zhao Yinan | China Daily | Updated: 2014-06-10 07:27

China and Bangladesh pledged to push for early agreement on an economic corridor that will benefit at least 3 billion people in four countries.

Premier Li Keqiang said China encourages businesses to open joint-venture companies in Bangladesh, and the government is willing to cooperate with Bangladesh in science and technology, agriculture, marine development and disaster prevention.

China said it will set up a hybrid rice laboratory in Bangladesh.

Premier expects S. Asia agreement to bring benefits

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