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China and France agree on a 13.5 billion euro stores

France and China have agreed to make eur 13.5 billion worth of trade agreements, chinese authorities told a Wednesday press conference.

letters of intent future projects was made on the French president sector Emmanuel macron to visit in this week in China.

the agreements were entered into in energy production, aviation industry, and agriculture of the area, news agency Reuters writes.

the Countries agreed, inter alia, the LNG terminal construction in Tianjin port city and liquid gas distribution at the yangtze river estuary. China and France also indicated that he was trying to reach an agreement on nuclear power plant fuel manufacturing plant location and price until January 2020.

the Plant supplier is a French company in Oran, which was formerly known under the name Areva.

the aviation sector, China promised to support the country in Airbus-procurement and will help the european aircraft manufacturer to invest more in China, news agency Xinhua reports.

the Agricultural area of twenty French companies received permission to export poultry, beef and pork to China. The French president's office says poultry export rules was also extended to the ducks, geese and foie gras.

Source: Reuters

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