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Brazil looking forward to Xi's visit: Rousseff

2014-07-14 10:55 CRIENGLISH.com Web Editor: Wang Fan

Brazil's president says she's looking forward to Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit.  [Special coverage]

In an interview with China Central Television, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff says her country wants to be engaged with China through a strategic partnership.

"We think more and more mature Sino-Brazilian ties will greatly boost trade between the two states. I believe there are many investment opportunities in Brazil, such as in infrastructure, railways, agriculture and commerce."

Rousseff also says her administration is looking toward China for more involvement in her country's infrastructure construction.

"We really want China to join in Brazil's railway construction projects. China has successful experience and mature technology in railway construction. We hope China can help with railway construction in Brazil's agricultural and mining areas as well as to link the Atlantic and Pacific oceans."

President Xi Jinping's time in Brazil is going to be the first leg of a 4-nation Latin American tour, which will also see him make stops in Argentina, Venezuela and Cuba.

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