After ten months of trade negotiations, government officials from China and Ecuador revealed that the bulk of the agreement has been concluded, with only some procedural steps left to be completed. As bilateral trade has grown steadily over the past couple years, the agreement is expected to further bolster trade in agricultural products, raw materials and equipment.

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