China and Mexico, two of the world's emerging powers, "relaunched" a stronger partnership with the signing of a dozen agreements on Tuesday, during the first day of Chinese President Xi Jinping's three-day visit.
Xi said his meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has been fruitful and produced much consensus.
The agreements and Memorandum of Understanding signed on Tuesday between Mexico and China cover cooperation in energy, new industry trade, infrastructure construction, mining, trade remedy, education, banking and entrepreneur exchanges. The two leaders also agreed that Mexico will begin to export pork and tequila to the Chinese market.
The Mexican government will set up a special trade office to facilitate bilateral cooperation.
Wednesday June 6, 2013/ China Daily/ China.