Agreement Between China And Philippines

In August 2003, the two countries signed the Memorandum of Understanding for the construction of the Northern Luzon rail project. In April 2005, the two countries signed the infrastructure cooperation agreement between the Ministry of Commerce of the People`s Republic of China and the Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Republic of the Philippines. 27.Project Management Consultancy Contract of the Philippines National Railway South Long Haul Project between the China Railway Design Corporation and the Department of Transportation der Republik Der Republik 31.Both sides agree that President Xi Jinping`s landmark visit has helped promote friendship and cooperation between China and the Philippines. President Xi Jinping paid tribute to the cordial and cordial hospitality that President Duterte and the Philippine government have shown him and his delegation, and invited President Duterte to participate in the second Belt and Road for International Cooperation forum in Beijing, China, in April 2019. President Duterte welcomed the invitation. Agreement on mutual recognition of university degrees (MRA) between the Higher Education Commission of the Republic of the Philippines and the Ministry of Education of the People`s Republic of China. Signing in Manila, November 19, 2009. The first consular consultations between the Philippines and China took place in Beijing on 3 July 2002. The Philippine delegation was led by the DFA`s Assistant Secretary for Consular Affairs, Belen F. Anota, while the Chinese delegation was led by Director General Luo Tianguang of the AMF Consular Service. Statement of intent for friendly exchanges and cooperation between the Philippine Spokesperson`s Office and the State Council for China Cooperation Agreement between the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT). Signed in October 2001.

The agreement on cross-border crime and the drug agreement on the emergency assistance programme between the PC and China comes into force as part of the ASEAN-China Framework Agreement on Comprehensive Economic Cooperation 20.of Understanding on Supporting the Feasibility Study of Major Projects between the China International Development Cooperation Agency of the Government of the Government of the Republic of China and the Department of the Government of the Republic of the Republic of the Philippines – Japan Partnership The Philippines Agreement Japan entered into a free trade agreement in 2008. The VPA is the Philippines` only bilateral free trade agreement covering, among other things, trade in goods, trade in services, investment, personal transport, intellectual property, customs procedures, improving the business environment and public procurement. 30.Both sides welcome the signing of various agreements and memorandums of understanding during the visit, as stated in the appendix. 12.Both sides agree to strengthen law enforcement cooperation and strengthen cooperation and communication to combat cross-border crimes, including workplace crime, telecommunications fraud, illicit gambling, cybercrime, human trafficking and the illegal trade in wildlife.