Solomon Islands patent application




Release time:2016-05-31

Solomon IslandsOverview

Solomon Islands (English: Solomon Islands) is an island country in the South Pacific, located northeast of Australia, east of Papua New Guinea, is a member of the British Commonwealth. There are more than 990 islands with a total land area of 28450 square kilometers. Honiara, the capital of the Solomon Islands, was the site of World War II's turning point in the Pacific.

Solomon Islands is one of the least developed (LDC) countries in the world, with a Human Development Index of 0.610. The majority of the population depends on farming, fishing and planting for their livelihood, and the national economy is dominated by farming, fishing and gold mining. Most manufacturing and petroleum products depend on imports. The archipelago is rich in untapped mineral resources, such as lead, zinc, nickel and gold.


diplomatic national policy

Solomon emphasized the diplomatic principles of international harmony, friendship, mutual respect, peace and human dignity. Pursue a policy of non-alignment, adhere to the development of political and economic and trade relations with other countries on a prudent and selective basis, and selectively use foreign capital and foreign aid. It supports the South Pacific nuclear-free zone and is a member of regional organizations such as the South Pacific Forum, the Pacific Community and the Melanesian Spearhead Group. We attach importance to relations with traditional friendly countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. At the same time, we also pay attention to developing friendly and cooperative relations with countries in the South Pacific region. We advocate cooperation with Asia-Pacific countries and assume obligations to relevant organizations in the region. By 2014, it had established diplomatic relations with 34 countries. It also has foreign offices in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the European Union, the United States, Japan and Vanuatu. Britain, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Japan, PNG, South Korea in the establishment of the embassy.


Relations with China

Bilateral political exchanges

China has no diplomatic relations with the Solomon Islands and there are few exchanges between the two countries. The Solomon Islands maintains so-called "diplomatic relations" with the Taiwan authorities ".

bilateral economic and trade exchanges

In 2007, the total trade volume between China and the United States was 0.1925 billion billion US dollars, an increase of 48.2 per cent over the same period in 2006, of which China's exports were 10.18 million US dollars and imports were 0.1823 billion US dollars.