close economic ties

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  • The two countries have close economic ties, being each other's first and third largest trading partners.
  • The United States and Mexico have close economic ties.
  • Russia is still Cuba's leading creditor and the two countries maintain close economic ties with each other.
  • Historically, China held close economic ties with many countries throughout Eurasia.
  • His government favored the maintenance of traditional social structures and the retention of close economic ties with France.
  • The countries maintain very close economic ties and the UAE has a significant Iranian expatriate community.
  • Close economic ties exist with Brunei, and the two share a pegged currency value.
  • Protected by the overwhelming power of the Royal Navy, the economic empire included very close economic ties with independent nations in Latin America.
  • To this end the Community shall be prepared to co-operate with other European countries and with those non-European countries with which the Community has close economic ties. Cited from The Treaty of the European Union
  • UAE and Egypt maintain a close economic ties and maintain trade between the two countries with imports and exports between the two sides.
  • Also, close economic ties with Soviet Union resulted in Poland financing the Soviet arms race with the United States.
  • Clinton believed the collapse of Mexico's economy would have a negative impact on the United States because of their close economic ties.
  • This is perhaps most obvious in Cuba which pursued close economic ties with Canada after the Cuban Revolution.
  • MSAs consist of a core urban center and the outlying communities and rural areas with which it maintains close economic ties.
  • The Bardi traded oil and wine, and had close economic ties to southern Italy and Sicily.
  • As two of the world's top three economic powers, both countries also rely on close economic ties for their wealth, despite ongoing and occasionally acrimonious trade frictions.
  • Spanish became an important language in the 18th century due to the close economic ties with Spanish colonies in what are now Venezuela and Colombia.
  • During his presidency, Diori's government favored the maintenance of traditional social structures and the retention of close economic ties with France.
  • Today, the war as such occurs on the political and economic fronts in the form of cross-Strait relations; however, the two separate de facto states have close economic ties.
  • Vietnam also expressed its interest to join ASEAN with Malaysia's support in 1994 as both countries continued to foster close economic ties with each other.
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