Chinese President Xi Jinping's just concluded visit to Latin America has raised international confidence in emerging-market economies, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said here Friday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping left Cuba for home on Thursday morning Beijing time after wrapping up a fruitful four-nation visit to Latin America.
China and Cuba, two traditional friends sharing a lot in visions and beliefs, are seeking closer ties as Havana moves to update its economy under the shadow of a half-century-old US embargo.
President Xi Jinping is on his second visit to Latin America seeking to start a new phase in China's relationship with Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).
Chinese President Xi Jinping is traveling to Venezuela on Sunday, the third stop of his ongoing four-nation Latin America trip.
The Fortaleza summit of the BRICS leaders is a milestone. For the first time, the meeting of the group's five members is not merely a business forum but is branded with strong political elements.
In contrast to the West's cynicism about the economic prospects of BRICS, China has nothing but confidence for over 40 percent of the world's population.
China's passion for the World Cup and this year's host country has astounded Brazil's top envoy to China, who believes that the growing bond between the countries will be further strengthened by President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to the South American nation.
President Xi Jinping's upcoming state visit to Brazil will further draw together the two countries and peoples, expand mutually beneficial and friendly cooperation between the two countries and lay a solid foundation for the development of bilateral ties in the next 40 years and beyond.
Five major emerging economies are jointly aiming to establish a $50 billion development bank to fund extensive infrastructure projects.
China deeply appreciates Brazil's efforts in preparing for the sixth BRICS (Brazil, Russian, India, China, South Africa) summit and paving the way for a successful meeting to enhance solidarity, mutual trust and mutual benefit among the BRICS members, said a Chinese senior official in charge of BRICS affairs in Beijing in mid-June.
Trade between China and Latin America faces challenges of unbalanced trade structure, investment risks, political instability and competition from other countries.