The agreement is the latest move in booming ties between the two countries, as the Asian giant seeks Israeli technologies and the Jewish state vies for access to the Chinese market.
Officials from both sides said at a news conference Monday that the cooperation will initially focus on nanotechnologies but may be expanded to other areas, including raw materials, water treatment and environmental issues.
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