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by ECNS (English-language website of China News Service)/ Wang Fan

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by ECNS (English-language website of China News Service)/ Wang Fan

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Chinas helping role in developing nations

During his recent visit to China, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon emphasized the need to reflect on the past. In 2004, the strongest earthquake the world had seen in 40 years – 9.3 in magnitude – unleashed a tsunami that swept across the coastlines of Asia and Africa, killing more than 290,000 people. China, then evolving into a responsible global power, provided an unprecedented package to support the victims that totaled $62 million. In that same year, Hu Jintao, then Chinese president, visited Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Cuba and signed 39 cooperation agreements with the four countries.

Available: http://www.ecns.cn/voices/2015/09-16/181376.shtml 

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