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China–Uruguay relations

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China–Uruguay relations

China–Uruguay relations
Map indicating locations of China and Uruguay



China–Uruguay relations are the relations between the People's Republic of China and Uruguay. China has an embassy in Montevideo.[1] Uruguay has an embassy in Beijing[2] and a consulate in Hong Kong.[3] Both countries are members of the Group of 77.


Uruguay used to have bilateral relations with the Republic of China; these were broken up when the People's Republic of China established diplomatic relations with Uruguay in 1988.[4]

The presence of Chinese immigrants in Uruguay is relatively small but significant.

There are several agreements between both countries:

  • Mutual investment promotion and protection agreement (1993) (Spanish)
  • Scientific and technological cooperation agreement (1993) (Spanish)
  • Preferential loan (2006) (Spanish)

There is also a Uruguay-PRC Chamber of Commerce in Montevideo.[5]

China is Uruguay's most important trading partner.[6]

In May 2013, the Uruguayan President José Mujica made an official visit to Beijing.[7]

See also


  1. ^ Embassy of the PRC in Montevideo
  2. ^ Embassy of Uruguay in Beijing
  3. ^ Consulate of Uruguay in Hong Kong
  4. ^ Uruguayan President visits China (Spanish)
  5. ^ Uruguayan-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (Spanish)
  6. ^
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