Venezuela and Syria sign 6 trade and economic agreements

Venezuela and Syria sign

October 27, 2009 04:17


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Venezuela and Syria have signed six trade and economic agreements. "We have made progress in specific items, especially in plans to strengthen trade," said Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolás Maduro on Monday, according to state news agency Agencia Bolivariana de Noticias (ABN). "We are building the economic and scientific bases of a relationship that will last many years… We are consolidating the joint technological development." He added that one of the agreements involved the construction of two olive oil processing plants, one to be built in each country, while the another related to consulting for growing cotton in Venezuela.

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