Discussing meeting on Belt& Road Cooperation held in Tianjin

Editor:管理员      Date:2017-05-22      Hit:7016
Under the auspices of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Tianjin sub-Council (CCPIT Tianjin), a discussing meeting on Belt& Road cooperation was held in Tianjin Renaissance Lakeview Hotel on April 12.

As one session of series business activities of the 13th PECC International Trade and Investment Fair & the 7th Forum on Chinese Enterprises Going Global Strategy, the discussing meeting invited over 400 delegates not only Tianjin local businessmen but foreign guests from 16 different countries as Afghanistan, Armenia, Belarus, Brazil, Myanmar, Ghana, Haiti, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Mexico, Mongolia, Pakistan, Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia. 


Under the auspices of CCPIT Tianjin, a discussing meeting on Belt& Road cooperation was held in Tianjin Renaissance Lakeview Hotel on April 12.


CCPIT Tianjin Deputy Inspector Zhao Feng spoke in the discussing meeting.

 

Mr. Zhao Feng, Deputy Inspector of CCPIT Tianjin made a briefed introduction on the developing condition of Tianjin. He said, with preferential policies as Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei collaborative development, the Belt and Road initiative and Tianjin Pilot Free Trade Zone, Tianjin-the northern port city- enjoys unprecedented opportunities and promising prospects.

 

On behalf of CCPIT Tianjin, Deputy Inspector Zhao vowed to strengthen communication and cooperation with foreign industrial and commercial organizations to   promote pragmatic cooperation on Belt and Road initiative. The deputy inspector also represented CCPIT Tianjin to sign  memorandum of understanding (MOU) for cooperation with its counterparts of Armenia, Romania, Haiti, and Ghana. 


Deputy Inspector Zhao Feng represented CCPIT Tianjin to sign  memorandum of understanding (MOU) for cooperation with its counterparts of Armenia, Romania, Haiti, and Ghana.

 

In the discussing meeting, representatives of the 16 countries also briefed their homelands’ competitive industries, trade and investment opportunities, and developing conditions on economic and trade respectively.


The discussing meeting

 

Representatives from Tianjin local enterprises communicated trade and investment with 50 foreign counterparts in fields of infrastructure, agriculture, machinery, food, petrochemicals, mining, textiles, building materials, new energy,  electronic products, medical equipment, and tourism.