From 11 to 14 Aug., Executive Vice Chairman Xiong Meng and Deputy Secretary General Liu Hongru, as well as their research teams, went to Heilongjiang Province to research into the economy and trade, to find out the industrial economy in Heilongjiang, the current state, problems and demands of the Northeastern industrial base, the progress of enterprises advancing the three major areas (robot, aviation equipment and railway) of “Made in China 2025”, and local contribution to the “Belt and Road” Initiative. Thanks to the support and arrangement of the Heilongjiang Federation of Industrial Economics, the research teams held seminars with the provincial committee of industry and information technology, the association of petrochemical industries, the association of mechanical industry, and Jiusan Group, Harbin Electric Corporation (HE), Harbin Measuring & Cutting Tool Group Co. Ltd., Kuihua Medicine, Longmay Mining, Heilongjiang Tabaco and China Mobile Heilongjiang. They also visited the HIT Robot Group, Harbin Aircraft Industry Group, Harbin Electric Machinery Company, Harbin Boiler Company, Daqing Oilfield, and Qiqihar Railway Rolling Stock Co., Ltd.
Mr. Xiong pointed out that CFIE has always attached importance to research, as a policy adviser for the government. With CFIE’s new strategic position of “new think tank, industrial integration and international cooperation”, and its five pillars of “think tank, federation, exhibition, fund and industrial park”, it will strengthen its research ability to create a new high-level think tank to facilitate communication and promote international cooperation. CFIE hopes more enterprises, local federations of industrial economics and associations will join CFIE in promoting China’s industrial economy. Dean Li Yuhua, Director Zhang Huimin, Wang Yunchao and Li Yurong of the Market Exchange Department attended the research visit.
Visiting the HIT Robot Group
Visiting the Harbin Aircraft Industry Group
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