Thursday 23 September 2021

Costa Rica and China Sign Trade Agreement

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Both countries have signed an agreement to promote the so-called “Silk Road”, which will support commercial, financial and infrastructure development.

From a statement issued by the Chamber of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica (Crecex):

CRECEX celebrates Cooperation Agreement between Costa Rica and China

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Costa Rica is one of the 103 countries and international organizations that have signed cooperation documents with China, in the framework of the “Strip and the Road”

The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation, to jointly promote the Economic Belt of the Silk Road and the Initiative of the Maritime Route of the Silk Road of the 21st Century, signed on Monday, September 3 by the Government of Costa Rica and the Republic Popular of China, fills the Costa Rican Chamber of Foreign Trade and Foreign House Representatives (CRECEX) with optimism.

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