On the occassion of the 5th Heads of Governments Summit of China and Central and Eastern European Countries in Riga (4-6 November 2016, www.ceec-china-latvia.org) the China-CEEC Business Council held its 3rd working meeting in Radisson Blu Latvia on 6th of November. The topic of the discussion was concentrated on common institutional projects related to cooperation of 16+1 business support institutions. Invited participants representing companies and other organizations also delivered presentations on transport and infrastuctural projects in respective countries of CEE and China.
During the opening ceremony, representatives of Chinese delegation led by Mr Wang Hongzhang (Chairman, China Construction Bank) underlined the importance of the China-CEEC Business Council and reminded about the establishment of the Chinese Committee which is composed of more than 100 companies interested to cooperate with their counterparts from CEE countries. Deputy President of PARP, Mr Marcin Szyguła also stressed willingness to strenghten the ties between the members institutions of the Council and actively respond to enterprise demands.
The first part of the meeting was dedicated to the case studies presentations delivered by the representatives of Chinese and CEE companies and institutions (CEFC Beijing International Holdings, Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development of Slovakia, China CAMC Engineering, Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters - www.pcoce.com , Port of Gdansk Authority - www.portgdansk.pl). Invited speakers presented its countries/companies activities in the area of infrastructural cooperation as well as prospects of the future plans related to cooperation within 16+1 mechanism.
The third part of the event included both presentations of the members and the discussion on the institutional cooperation within the China-CEEC Business Council.
We invite you to see the photo gallery as well as the agenda of the III China-CEEC Business Council meeting (below). If you are interested to receive the presentations delivered during the meeting please contact the Council coordinators directly.