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China to Add 10 Million Yuan in Haiti Aid

Li Baodong, China’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, announced on March 31 that the Chinese government will add 10 million yuan ($1.47 million) to Haiti’s post-quake relief. 

In a media interview, Li said that despite the fact that there is no official diplomatic relationship with Haiti, the Chinese government sent in an international rescue team and a medical team immediately after the earthquake. So far, China has provided assistance valued at 93 million yuan ($13.6 million) in cash, goods, and other forms. 
Source: Xinhua, April 1, 2010