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Interflow Meeting between the Association and Hangzhou Chamber of Commerce

Time:2015-07-26 17:58:58

 The Association President Chen Zhiming and the representatives were welcomed by the Chamber Gerneral Secretary Shao Gensong at the Interflow Meeting on 30th March. The Chamber Vice Chairperson Luo Yuan, the head of its Membership Office and chairpersons of other trade unions also attended the seminar.
    The UK China Economic & Trade Promotion Association was established by a group of Chinese and British entrepreneurs with the support of Chinese Embassy and the guidance of British Overseas Chinese Federation in London in September 2014 . The Association's core values are acting with integrity, promoting development and serving the society. It holds the mission to bridge both nations in the promotion of bilateral trade and the development of economy, culture and education, thus ensuring both nations can complement each other to achieve a successful future.

    President Chen Zhiming introduced the objectives of the visit, which were to strengthen the UK-China economic coorperation, to promote the high-tech research projects of famous UK education institutes, to provide the latest news of the real estate industry and to provide the quality financial and legal services. The ultimate goal was to help both sides to explore and expand the business opportunities in the markets.  

    The General Secretary Shao Gensong gave a brief introduction about the socio-economic situations in Hangzhou. He stated that private enterprises were at the critical moment of transitional development. The provincial industrial and commercial federations should enhance their exchanges with the Association so as to help the potential entreprises with their UK business extensions. Shao also indicated the networking of the Association with the UK high education institutes in benefitting the developments of technology and innovation of the private enterprises. Both parties could work together in the trainings of the newly arisen entrepreneurs.

    The attending trade unions and heads of all parties had a constructive exchange of ideas and expected