Angolan president Jose Eduardo dos Santos arrived in Beijing on Monday for bilateral talks with the aim of injecting new life into the relationship between the two countries. Several bilateral agreements are expected to be signed during the president's visit. On Tuesday, dos Santos will meet with his Chinese counterpart President Xi Jinping as well as Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, where a welcome ceremony will be held. China, which is Angola's main economic partner, absorbing more than half of its total oil exports, has called its relationship with the African country a "model of cooperation." The agreements to be signed are expected to focus on oil imports, the strengthening of Chinese investment and a more relaxed visa policy between the two countries. This is President dos Santos' first visit to China in seven years and he will stay in the country until Saturday. Over 250,000 Chinese nationals currently live and work in Angola, especially in the construction sector, holding important businesses in railway, roads and real estate.
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