Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi said the exports though are small in volume.
Tuilaepa said Samoa is also exploring the possibilities of a free trade agreement, though selective for a few products.
He made the comments while welcoming China’s new Ambassador to Samoa, Chao Xiaoling at a function in Apia.
“Excellency, we look forward to when you will begin the construction of your new headquarters and when we can expect more High Level visits from China,” Tuilaepa said.
This is the 43rd year since diplomatic relations were established between Samoa and China.
Malielegaoi says the support has been continuous with any kind of assistance.
He said the support has been continuous with the placement in country of technical assistance to provide assist in technical matters of project delivery.
“As well there is a regular flow of officials traveling to China for various training courses as well as returning graduates who have completed studies in institutions in China. Excellency we look forward to when you will begin the construction of your new headquarters and when we can expect more High Level visits from China.”