$10 million Chinese biotechnology laboratory inaugurated in Uruguay

The BGI Genomics laboratory in Uruguay will focus on developing tests in key areas such as oncology and reproductive health

Uruguay sends first shipment of horse meat to China

First shipment of boneless horsemeat from Uruguay to China, produced by the Clay meat packing plant, left the country.

Representatives of China鈥檚 Ministry of Agriculture visit Uruguay

Uruguay received a delegation from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China.

Uruguay accuses Argentina and Brazil of hindering Free Trade Agreement with China

President Lacalle Pou points out interference of neighboring countries in trade negotiations with China.

Uruguayan trade with China decreased in 2023

The International Business Institute of the Catholic University of Uruguay revealed a deterioration in the trade balance between China and Uruguay during 2023.

China exploring Uruguayan beef imports following customs discussions

Uruguay and China meet to improve their Foreign Trade Single Windows (SWF) to facilitate trade between the two countries.

Uruguay’s Distress Message Reveals Evidence of Forced Labor in the Chinese Fishing Fleet

At the end of June this year, a woman on the beach in Maldonado (Piri谩polis – Uruguay) found a bottle with a message written in Chinese, ending with ‘S.O.S.’, indicating a call for help. The Piri谩polis City Prefecture initiated an investigation and deciphered the message, revealing that it came from a crew member of the Chinese vessel Lu Qing Yuan Yu 765, which had been trapped by its company.

Uruguay and China agree on protocols for export of new products

Uruguay has successfully concluded a three-protocol agreement with China, as announced by Fernando Mattos, the Minister of Livestock, Agriculture, and Fisheries (MGAP). The agreement encompasses the export of live aquatic animals, sport horses, and lemons, along with an intensified cooperation between both countries.

Celebrating the 35th anniversary of Uruguay-China relations

On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Uruguay and the People’s Republic of China, as well as the 37th anniversary of the Chamber of Commerce, an event was held where former President Julio Mar铆a Sanguinetti and former Foreign Minister Enrique Iglesias delivered a talk on the historical importance of this event.

Uruguay and China sign a memorandum to increase investment and economic cooperation

The Uruguayan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced through a statement that Uruguay and China have signed a memorandum to increase investments and economic cooperation between the two countries, while parallel negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) continue.

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