RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Reuters) China is willing to increase its imports of agricultural and industrial goods from Brazil in order to enhance bilateral trade, Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua said on Friday, October 25th.
Hu, at a seminar in Beijing, also said the two countries can deepen cooperation in areas such as infrastructure, according to a pool reporter.
China is Brazil's biggest trading partner and largest source of foreign investment. Last year, bilateral trade rose to a record US$100 (R$400) billion.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who was also at the seminar, is in China to mark . . .