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Presidents of China and Mexico agree to increase cooperation

Staff writer ▼ | November 18, 2015
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto agreed to increase bilateral cooperation in international and G20 matters.
Xi Nieto
Trade   During the G20 Summit
Peña Nieto and Xi met late in the Turkish city of Antalya, where they were attending the G20 Summit, where Xi stressed the growing consensus between the two countries should lead to constant actions, according to Xinhua.

Xi proposed greater cooperation between China and Mexico in matters related to G20, climate change, the Asia-pacific region and the international development policy.

Peña Nieto highlighted his country's commitment to develop strategic association, increase high-level exchanges and political dialog with China.

He added Mexico hopes to strengthen its cooperation with China in sectors such as investment, trade, finance, telecommunications and energy infrastructure, among others, Xinhua said.

Moreover, he backed Xi's proposal to increase cooperation on important international issues. The Chinese president emphasized China and Mexico, both developing countries and emerging economies, could align their respective development policies.

In 2013, Mexico and China increased their level of strategic relations with the signing of several agreements during Xi's state visit to the North American country.