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Israeli PM visits China to maintain ties, boost business

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits China to maintain ties, boost business.        Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister    "I'm embarking on an official visit to China through invitation of the Chinese government. I will meet with the president and the premier and we will mark the 25th anniversary of the establishment of relations between Israeli and the superpower."        Ilan Maor, managing director, Israel-China Chamber of Commerce    "This is also an opportunity for the prime minister to, again, make it clear that Israel wants to cooperate with China, that Israel wants investment from China. This is very important that they hear it loud and clear from the person who's holding the top position in Israel."    Israel and China will sign economic agreements during Netanyahu’s visit. Israel's government also anticipates entering into a Free Trade Agreement with China in July.

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