China-ASEAN Relations

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Trade and BRI on the Table for China-Myanmar Cooperation

During a visit to Myanmar this week, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang agreed with his counterpart to deepen cooperation in trade, agriculture and other economic development under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) so as to promote the comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership.

China's Customs Sets Out Regulation as Follow-Up on Malaysia-China Meeting

Today, China's Customs issued the regulatory guidelines for aquaculture feed from Malaysia to be exported to China, after the two sides signed an agreement last month.

Chinese, Malaysian Leaders Talk Trade Issues and Sign Agreements

The Prime Minister of Malaysia, Anwar Ibrahim, visited China last week, his first trip to China as Malaysia's leader. During the trip, the two sides renewed their commitments to bolster their economic relationship, and delivered some agreements on trade and investment.

China and Singapore Take Step Forward on Expanding FTA

Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong visited Beijing last week and during his visit, the two governments announced "substantive" progress on the negotiations to expand their bilateral trade agreement, and reached agreements on food safety, dispute settlement, and R&D.

China and Cambodia Agree to Deepen Cooperation in Agriculture, Construction, and Other Areas

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen visited China over the weekend and met with top Chinese officials to discuss investment, trade and financing construction. After the meetings, the two sides issued a joint statement, pledging more cooperation in six areas.

China and ASEAN Kick Off Talks to Upgrade FTA

This week, China and ASEAN held the first round of negotiations, kicking off a process of upgrading their bilateral trade arrangements.

China and the Philippines Sign Agreements on Agricultural Goods and Other Trade Issues

During a meeting last week, the leaders of China and the Philippines talked about strengthening cooperation in trade, infrastructure, energy and other areas while emphasizing that "maritime issues do not comprise the sum-total of relations." The two sides signed 14 bilateral agreements on issues related to the Belt and Road
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