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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (right) with Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov (left) on March 27, 2015. Photo courtesy of Xinhua. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (right) with Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov (left) on March 27, 2015. Photo courtesy of Xinhua.

China and Kazakhstan have signed 33 deals of cooperation worth $23.6 billion on Friday during the Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Masimov’s visit to China, Chinese state-run Xinhua news agency reports.

The agreements signed by Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang cover cooperation on steel, non-ferrous metals, sheet glass, oil refining, hydropower, and automobile production.

Li called for more cooperation in sectors such as railway, nuclear energy, energy, and agriculture.

Li also called on the two countries to be innovative in the ways they cooperate by taking market demand as a guide while strengthening coordination of policy making.

Masimov said that Kazakhstan is ready to further deepen the comprehensive strategic partnership with China and strengthen exchanges and cooperation in all areas.

Chinese President Xi Jinping also met with Masimov on Friday at the…

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