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President Hu Jintao meets Mugabe, Leuthard

08-13-2010 18:47 BJT

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President Hu Jintao has separately met with visiting Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and Swiss President Doris Leuthard in Beijing.

During his talks with Mugabe, Hu Jintao says China wishes the two countries will enhance cooperation in governments, legislative bodies and ruling parties, support each other in bilateral and multilateral issues, push forward their cooperation in mining, agriculture and infrastructure, and enlarge people-to-people exchange.

Mugabe says his country welcomes more investment from Chinese companies.

During his talks with Leuthard, Hu Jintao says China is willing to deepen political trust, enlarge economic and trade cooperation, extend people-to-people exchange and strengthen multilateral cooperation.

Leuthard says she hopes the two countries will further optimize their trade frameworks, deepen trade cooperation, expedite the China-Switzerland free trade area construction.

She also hopes the two countries will strengthen cooperation in finance, education, culture, environment protection and tourism.

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