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China eyes more trade with Malaysia

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China and Malaysia have announced plans to significantly boost bilateral trade in the next five years through measures such as supporting industrial parks in each other's countries. 

Leaders of both countries said on Friday during a visit to Malaysia by Chinese President Xi Jinping that the plans would increase bilateral trade to US$160 billion by 2017.

China is Malaysia's top trading partner, while Malaysia is China's biggest trade partner among the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or Asean. Bilateral trade totalled $94.8 billion in 2012.

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