The 9th China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit has concluded in Nanning, capital of South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
As of Monday, China and ASEAN members have signed investment programs worth more than 6 billion US dollars. Cooperation is mainly in manufacturing, infrastructure, agriculture, tourism, and trade.
China has been ASEAN’s largest trading partner for three consecutive years, and the bloc now ranks as China’s third largest. The two sides have sponsored the annual international expo since 2004.