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President Hu Leaves Mexico for UN Summit in New York

Chinese President Hu Jintao left Mexico City Tuesday morning following a state visit in Mexico and is flying to New York to attend the United Nations summit marking the 60th anniversary of the founding of the world body.

During his three-day state visit here, Hu held talks with Mexican President Vicente Fox, met with Mexican parliament leaders and President of Supreme Court of Justice Mariano Azuela Guitron, and delivered a speech at the Senate.

The two sides also signed a series of cooperation documents here Monday concerning mining, culture, plants quarantine, agriculture, social development and the avoidance of double taxation.

At a news briefing afterwards, Hu said his talks with Fox were "fruitful" and that the two sides reached broad consensus on future development of bilateral relations.

The two countries agreed to strengthen dialogues, enhance mutual trust and enrich the contents of their strategic partnership.

Mexico has become China's second largest trade partner in Latin America only after Brazil. Bilateral trade exceeded US$7 billion in 2004, 44 percent higher than the previous year, and China's investment in Mexico rose to nearly US$200 million in the year.

Hu is scheduled to visit the Canadian city of Vancouver on his way back to Beijing after attending the UN summit New York.

(Xinhua News Agency September 14, 2005)

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