Chinese vice premier due in Costa Rica
Chinese Vice Premier Hui Liangyu is scheduled to arrive in Costa Rica Tuesday for a three-day visit that includes a meeting with President Oscar Arias, who broke ties with Taiwan to recognize China last year, Arias' office said.
Monday, May 5, 2008
Before his talks with Arias, Hui will meet with parliament speaker Francisco Pacheco.
Costa Rica signed six cooperation agreements with China during a visit to San José by the Chinese deputy prime minister, Hui Liangyu.
The Asian giant has increased diplomacy and investment in Latin America, with an eye on its natural resources and developing markets for manufactured goods and even arms.
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