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Lasso wants free trade agreements with world's top 10 economies


Quito, Sep 9 (EFE) .- Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso on Thursday said that he wants to sign free trade agreements with the world's largest 10 economies as part of a strategy to bring Ecuador into the Pacific Alliance. (Camera: EFE)SHOT LIST: INTERVIEW WITH ECUADORIAN PRESIDENT GUILLERMO LASSO (IN SPANISH)TRANSLATIONS:1. Our aim is very clear: Signing free trade agreements with at least the world's 10 largest economies. This includes the United States, China, Japan, South Korea and also the Euro-Asia group. More bananas in the world means more jobs in Ecuador, more flowers in the world means more jobs in Ecuador.2. Vaccine diplomacy is nothing other than direct frontal and ongoing contact with friendly countries like the US, China, Russia, the support of Spain and Canada.

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