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08:45, December 24, 2010

Cooperation framework key to further promote China-Africa relations (2)
These eight commitments, focusing on improving the living standards of the African people and helping African countries solve their current practical problems to realize sustainable growth.

At the Beijing Summit and third Ministerial Conference of FOCAC in 2006, China announced an eight-point plan for strengthening practical China-Africa cooperation and supporting the development of Africa.

The plan proposed in 2006, including increasing assistance, providing preferential loans and raising the number of African export items to China eligible for zero-tariff treatment, were fully in place by the end of 2009.

At the second FOCAC Ministerial Conference in 2003, China pledged to increase aid to Africa, enhance cooperation in the sphere of human resources development and give zero-tariff treatment to some of the exported products from the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in Africa with diplomatic ties with China.

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