China–Uruguay relations are the relations between the People's Republic of China and Uruguay. China has an embassy in Montevideo. Uruguay has an embassy in Beijing and a consulate in Hong Kong. Both countries are members of the Group of 77.
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) (in Spanish)
- Scientific and technological cooperation agreement (1993) (in Spanish)
- Preferential loan (2006) (in Spanish)
There is also a Uruguay-PRC Chamber of Commerce in Montevideo.
China is Uruguay's most important trading partner.
- Embassy of the PRC in Montevideo
- Embassy of Uruguay in Beijing
- Consulate of Uruguay in Hong Kong
- Uruguayan President visits China (in Spanish)
- Uruguayan-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (in Spanish)
- "China, Uruguay's most important trading partner" (in Spanish). El Observador. 28 January 2013.
- "Official visit of José Mujica to China" (PDF) (in Spanish). Presidencia de la República. Retrieved 15 September 2013.
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