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Bangladeshi and Chinese firms have signed $13.6 billion in trade and investment deals on the sidelines of President Xi Jinping's brief tour to the South Asian nation, a trade group official said Saturday.The deals were signed after the FBCCI, Bangladesh's top trade and business lobbyist group, and the China Council for Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) organised a two-day tete-e-tete between business officials of both nations on the sidelines of Xi's tour.Trade between the two nations is currently heavily skewed in China's favor with Bangladesh exporting goods worth only about $808 million last year while its imports from China stood at $9.64 billion.
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