Argentina's Ambassador to China Diego Guelar hailed on Monday the organization of the Group of 20 (G20) summit held in Hangzhou, China.
"The summit was a grand presentation of the Chinese superpower to the world, from an economic and political standpoint," said the diplomat in an interview with Argentina's Radio Nacional.
The summit concluded on Monday with Chinese President Xi Jinping speaking about the consensus which had been reached on a wide range of topics, including the facilitation of long-term economic growth through integrated, open, innovative and exclusive policies.
"Our association with China is very important, it is our main investor, main banker and the main market for our agricultural products," said Guelar.
On Saturday, Argentina's President Mauricio Macri and President Xi met and agreed to strengthen the commercial and cultural links between both countries.
Macri also proposed that the tourism flow from China to Argentina should be increased.
Argentina has received a great amount of investments from China, especially in infrastructure, such as railway, hydropower and nuclear projects.
According to Argentinean media, Macri also met with Jack Ma, president of Chinese on-line business group, Alibaba, as well as representatives of Sany, China National Nuclear Corporation, PowerChina and Gezhouba Group.