Invited by China Economic Cooperation Center (CECC) and commissioned by Mr. Xiong Meng, Executive Vice-Chairman and Secretary General of CFIE, Mrs. Yan Jun of Deputy Director General of International Department of CFIE attended “the Belt and Road Initiative and Dialogue of New Sino-German Cooperation”. The dialogue was co-hosted by CECC, RSBK GmbH and Siemens AG.
In his opening speech, Vice Minister Zhou Li remarked that collaboration and inclusion lie at the foundation of “Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road” initiative (OBOR), therefore, the participation of Germany was warmly welcomed. China and Germany have enhanced high-level visits and political mutual trust in recent years. The organizers hoped that the meeting could bring widespread attention to OBOR initiative, build a mechanism for regular exchanges and promote China-Germany economic cooperation in new period.
During the meeting, more than 120 representatives talked about challenges and opportunities in OBOR related bilateral cooperation and China-EU cooperation in finance, logistics and trade facilitation. Topics such as modern industries, environmental protection, urbanization, green tourism, and internationalization and law-based business environment were also involved.
Through the meeting and the visit to collaborative projects, representatives better understood what opportunities OBOR could offer and that economic cooperation would promote exchanges in technology, education, culture and environmental protection and bring benefits to the two parties and the world.
Mrs. Yan Jun talked with the head of China Center for Contemporary World Studies(CCCWS )during the meeting and expressed his hope for practical OBOR cooperation.
More than 200 German enterprises are now located in Taicang City. The municipal government organized visits to collaborative projects such as Taicang port, Exhibition of China-Germany Cooperation Results and AHK-Shanghai.
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