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China and Bangladesh signed a series of agreements on oil, gas, mineral and agricultural cooperation during a four-day official visit to China by Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
The two countries issued a joint statement in Beijing, in which both sides agreed to build a “closer comprehensive partnership of cooperation” to better contribute to regional and world peace and counter global challenges.
China is to provide preferential tariff treatment to more Bangladeshi products, while Bangladesh would encourage more enterprises to participate in the Shanghai World Expo and other commodity fairs in China to boost exports, the statement said.
The two countries also signed agreements on a concessional loan offered by China to Bangladesh and the construction of the seventh Bangladesh-China Friendship Bridge at Kajirtek.

The two countries would carry out cooperation in hybrid rice cultivation technology, farm products processing and technical personnel training, according to the statement.
Moreover, both sides decided to strengthen cooperation on flood control, disaster alleviation, water resources management and hydrological data sharing, it said.
Bangladesh hoped China would launch a communications satellite for Bangladesh in the near future and China expressed interest in cooperating, said the statement.
A team of Chinese medical experts would visit Bangladesh to offer free medical treatment to cataract patients. China agreed to increase the number of scholarships to Bangladeshi students.
The Bangladeshi side reiterated the government of the People’s Republic of China is the sole legal government representing China, and Taiwan and Tibet are inalienable parts of Chinese territory, said the statement.
Bangladesh, China forwarding road link via Myanmar and space cooperation
The two countries will discuss constructing a road link for connecting China with…...

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