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May 21, 1962

CABLE FROM THE GENERAL BUREAU FOR ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES TO THE CHINESE EMBASSY IN MALI, ‘REGARDING THE EXCHANGE OF NOTES ON THE CONDITIONS OF THE EXPERTS’ WORK'

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    The General Bureau for Economic Relations with Foreign Countries wants to ensure that the Chinese agricultural experts sent to Mali will be treated and cared for by the Malian government.
    "Cable from the General Bureau for Economic Relations with Foreign Countries to the Chinese Embassy in Mali, ‘Regarding the Exchange of Notes on the Conditions of the Experts’ Work'," May 21, 1962, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, PRC FMA 108-00800-03. Obtained by Gregg Brazinsky and translated by Marian Rosenberg. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/121659
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Cable Sent by the General Bureau for Economic Relations with Foreign Countries

Already Sent [to] Mali

Signed by: Yang Lin

Degree of Urgency: Extremely Urgent

Degree of Secrecy: Top Secret

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External Distribution Document # 191

Regarding the Exchange of Notes on the Conditions of the Experts’ Work

[To the] Embassy [of the People's Republic of China] in Mali:

The cable dated 28 April was received.

So as to ensure that the agricultural experts [which] we [will be] sending [to] Mali receive the same remuneration and conditions, the [previously] sent notes of exchange [regarding the] agricultural experts [going] to Mali will be subject to revisions. Please temporarily forgo negotiations with the other party. Wait until the negotiation of industrial projects and expert work groups going to Mali is again moving forward.

General Bureau for Economic Relations with Foreign Countries

21 May 1962