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Ambassador discusses growing Sino-Brazilian ties

After a decade of growing economic ties between China and Brazil, the global financial crisis has helped push the two countries even closer together, Clodoaldo Hugueney, Brazil's Ambassador to China told the China Daily's website in an exclusive interview.

The next thirty years to me are going to be a period for the projection of China in the world. Chinese power is going to grow, and China's projection into the world is going to grow.

The crisis provides an opportunity for China and Brazil to sustain to their growth, and for both of them to rely on a growing relationship that will develop into a much more important relationship for both countries.

It's extraordinary and limitless what Beijing offers.

When your knowledge of your partner is not very good, this can create misunderstandings, simply because you don't really understand really what is the intention of the other side.

-- Brazil's Ambassador to China Clodoaldo Hugueney

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