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China, Czech sign cooperation documents
Updated: 2005-12-09 09:21

PRAGUE -- China and the Czech Republic on Thursday signed 14 documents on bilateral cooperation in various fields.

The documents were signed on the sidelines of a visit by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to the country.

Wen, who was present at the signing ceremony together with his Czech counterpart Jiri Paroubek, signed the first document -- the Joint Statement of the People's Republic of China and the Czech Republic.

Six of the other 13 documents, signed by a group of Chinese and Czech officials, included cooperation agreements in culture, forestry, tourism, food processing and mutual protection of investments.

The rest were commercial agreements between enterprises of the two countries.

After the signing ceremony, Wen met with a group of representatives of Czech entrepreneurs together with Paroubek and briefed them on China's economic situation and investment policies.

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