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Beijing Declaration of 2000

Published October 2000

This declaration followed an historic three-day meeting of Chinese and African government ministers. It affirms their relationship and opens the door to "vigorously promote further China-Africa co-operation in the economic, trade, financial, agricultural, medical care and public health, scientific and technological, cultural, educational, human resources development...and other as to promote the common development of China and Africa".

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