El Salvador Looks to Establish Relations with China
The salvadoran president, Mauricio Funes, announced his Government is considering the benefits of establishing relations.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
The president's statements were in connection with the inauguration of the first China Trade Fair in El Salvador.
The attendance of the president of the rebellious Chinese island to the inauguration of President Ortega and visits to the countries of northern Central America could have profound geopolitical significance.
Although Taiwan maintains its financial support with countries in the region, the rise of China as a trading power is forcing a diplomatic approach with the great Asian tiger.
Honduran employers look favorably on the opportunity to develop trade relations with China, and believe that the country should not be left out of these types of agreement.
Both countries, as part of their plans to re-structure their diplomatic network, have announced the closure of offices in Guatemala.
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