Xi, Mexican president meet for third time
Updated: 2013-09-05 06:31
China is willing to work with Mexico to establish a China-Latin America cooperation forum at an earlier date and to actively advance the comprehensive cooperative partnership between China and Latin America, Xi said.
Speaking highly of bilateral ties, Pena Nieto said relevant government agencies in both countries have been implementing the consensus reached by the two heads of state on deepening cooperation, while new and important achievements have been made in their comprehensive strategic partnership.
The Mexican side appreciates China's efforts to promote bilateral cooperation, and attaches great importance to developing a positive and stable relationship with China, Pena Nieto said.
Mexico hopes to expand two-way trade with China and will take steps to improve market access for Chinese goods in Mexico, Pena Nieto said, adding that his country welcomes more Chinese investment in its infrastructure and other sectors.
Mexico is willing to play a positive role in boosting China-Latin America relations, Pena Nieto said.
The two leaders also exchanged views on the upcoming G20 summit, vowing to coordinate actions, ensure a fruitful summit, safeguard the momentum of the world economic recovery, and increase the voice and influence of emerging economies in global economic governance.
Following their meeting, Xi and Pena Nieto witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding of establishing a high-level intergovernmental working group on investment.