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ICC- WCF Council Meeting held in Beijing
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ICC- WCF Council Meeting held in Beijing
16 Apr 2018
International Chamber of Commerce World Chambers Federation (ICC WCF) Council Meeting was held in Beijing on April 11. Vice-Chairman of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) Yin Zonghua, who is also Vice President of China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC), Peter Mihok, Chairman of ICC WCF and SRCIC First Honorary Chairman, Chief Executive Officer of ICC Philip Kucharski, Director of ICC WCF Anthony Parkes, General-Secretary of CCIOC Yu Jianlong and more than 50 participants were in attendance. Yin Zonghua noted, ICC is an important agency for international trade and investment, and WCF is solid platform for Chambers of Commerce to exchange their best practical experience, providing rich products and services for global development and trade facilitation. CCPIT and CCOIC will actively participate in the WCF affairs, solving the current problems the global economy has encountered and jointly promoting multilateral economic development. "The two sides shall jointly hold more business events in China, and CCPIT and CCOIC will strengthen domestic promotion related to WCF, such as the certificates of origin and ATA carnet, and support domestic chambers and associations to participate in the WCF events," added Yin. A cooperation agreement was signed between CCOIC and WCF, witnessed by Yin Zonghua and Peter Mihok. WCF is a department established by the ICC to strengthen the connectivity of chambers and associations around the world. It is in charge of the management of 12,000 members among 6.5 million chambers and associations members. During the meeting, the members of WCF discussed the principles of anti-corruption compliance, the interactions of chambers and associations, the World Chamber of Commerce (WCC) and bidding affairs, trade facilitation services and the latest development of WCF and ICC. Source: CCPIT
B&R News: Georgian Vice PM says China's B&R Initiative brings tangible benefits to participating countries
B&R News: Georgian Vice PM says China's B&R Initiative brings tangible benefits to participating countries
13 Apr 2018
BEIJING, April 13 (Xinhua) -- The Belt and Road Initiative brings tangible benefits to all participating countries, Georgian First Vice Prime Minister Dimitri Kumsishvili told Xinhua in an interview on Thursday. "The initiative stimulates regional cooperation, development of infrastructure and transportation links between countries and regions. That means creation of new jobs, new opportunities for business sector and increased social welfare for all countries engaged in the initiative," said Kumsishvili. "As an important post along the ancient Silk Road, Georgia considers it very important to revive the Silk Road," Kumsishvili noted, stressing that Georgia is now upgrading its infrastructure to become a transportation hub for Asia and Europe. He described China as one of the most important trade and investment partners for his country. "We see the Free Trade Agreement signed in May 2017 as a demonstration that Georgia is coming closer to China," Kumsishvili said. "We are particularly benefiting from China's vision of building a community with a shared future for mankind and reform and opening-up policy," he said. Kumsishvili said his country is looking forward to the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai in November. "This is a new way of China's opening-up," Kumsishvili said. Source: Xinhua
Member Updates: PSRICC and SRCIC discuss Collaborative Prospect
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Member Updates: PSRICC and SRCIC discuss Collaborative Prospect
13 Apr 2018
On 13 April 2018, PSRICC delegation led by the Founding Chairman Francis Chua had a fruitful meeting with SRCIC Chairman Lu Jianzhong at SRCIC Beijing Office. The discussion was focused on cooperative projects between two organizations in the near future. Mr. Lu warmly welcomed the delegation and noted that the Philippines with its key location along the Maritime Silk Road plays a leading role in the ASEAN free trade zone. “China and the Philippines are all benefited from the Belt and Road initiative. As President Rodrigo Duterte came into power, the cooperation between the two countries has been strengthened more than ever.” Mr. Francis Chua (L) and Mr. Lu Jianzhong(R) Mr. Chua thanked Mr. Lu for his good reception and said, “We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for SRCIC's inspiration and support to PSRICC. PSRICC will devote all our strength and intelligence to promote the Belt and Road construction." Both leaders also discussed the future pragmatic projects in aspects of trade, investment, culture, and tourism, and agreed to arrange Philippine journalists to come to China for a better understanding of the Belt and Road Initiative and Chinese culture. SRCIC Chairman Lu Jianzhong and the PSRICC Delegation Source: PSRICC
Georgian First Vice Prime Minister Dimitry Kumsishivili visits the SRCIC Beijing Office
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Georgian First Vice Prime Minister Dimitry Kumsishivili visits the SRCIC Beijing Office
12 Apr 2018
On April 12, the Georgian delegation led by the First Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Dimitry Kumsishivili visited the SRCIC Beijing Office. H.E. Dimitry Kumsishivili had a friendly conversation with SRCIC Chairman LuJianzhong. H.E. Dimitry Kumsishivili spoke highly of Chinese Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence and said that Georgia would give its full support and positive respond to the Belt and Road Initiative. He also expressed the gratitudefor SRCIC’s contribution in promoting project collaboration betweenChina and Georgia. H.E. Dimitry Kumsishivili said, “The 2017 Tbilisi Belt and Road Forum was successfully held with the support from SRCIC and received positive feedbacks from the Belt and Road countries. Through SRCIC online trading platform www.esilkroad.com, the Georgian wineexported toChina increased by a large degree. SRCIC is a very important partner of the Georgian government.” H.E. Dimitry Kumsishivili also stressed that, “Georgia welcomes and appreciates President Xi’s great efforts in establishing a new international relationship and a global community of shared future. As President Xi said at the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2018, China would make room for more import allowance. The Georgian government is happy to work with the Chinese government to advance the social and economic developmenton the basis of mutual benefits. Also, we would strengthen the cooperation with SRCIC to make Tbilisi Belt and Road Forum more influential.” Mr. Lu Jianzhong also emphasized the relation SRCIC has with the Georgian government, “The Georgian government is SRCIC’s most valuable partner.SRCIC held its first roadshow in Georgia and Georgia played the roleas the guest country at 2016 Silk Road Business Summit organized by SRCIC. His Excellency Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili sent congratulatory messages to both 2016 and 2017 Silk Road Business Summits, H.E. Giorgi Margvelashvili and Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met with the SRCIC delegations several times. And the two parties co-organized the 2017Tbilisi Belt and Road Forum. SRCIC actively promoted the export of Georgian products to China.SRCIC will continue act as a bridge of project collaboration and cultural exchange among the Silk Road countries, with a special focus on Georgia.” The meet between H.E. Dimitry Kumsishivili and Chairman Lu Jianzhong further consolidated the cooperation between Georgian government and SRCIC. At the end of the meeting, Mr. Lu sent sincere invitation to H.E. Dimitry Kumsishivili for the 2018 Silk Road Business Summit and received positive feedback with full support from H.E. Dimitry Kumsishivili.
SRCIC and ICC-WCF Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement in Beijing
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SRCIC and ICC-WCF Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement in Beijing
12 Apr 2018
On 12 April 2018, an agreement signing ceremony was held in SRCIC Beijing Office between Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce(SRCIC) and International Chamber of Commerce and World Chambers Federation(ICC-WCF). The signed agreement confirms the coordinated efforts for both parties in resource integration, advantage complementation, and the pragmatic collaboration with world business associations under the Belt and Road initiative. The signing ceremony was chaired by Jemal Inaishvili, Honorary Chairman of SRCIC and President of Confederation of Asia Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry. After signing, SRCIC Chairman Lu Jianzhong and WCF Chairman Peter Mihok emphasized the importance of the relation between the two parties. The attendees at the ceremony were ICC Executive Director and Chairman of ICC Saudi Arabia Yassin S. Al-Suroor, WCF Honorary Chairman Rona Yircali, Secretary General Anthony Parkes, ICC Chief Operating Officer Philip Kucharski, Secretary General of China NGO Network for International Exchanges Zhu Rui, Social Development Department Director of China Development and Reform Commission Ou Xiaoli, Vice Chairman of CCPIT Promotion Council Chen Zhou, and SRCIC Secretary General Li Zhonghang. Mr. Lu said, “SRCIC and WCF should join hands with each other to promote the commercial prosperity, cultural exchanges, and the Belt and Road projects.” In addition, he stressed three key points for both sides to push forward free trade and investment facilitation for an open world economy, to co-build international economic and commercial standards for an active participation in improving global governance system, and to expand pragmatic cooperation among business associations for building a community of shared future for mankind. Mr. Lu also sent a sincere invitation to all the participants for 2018 Silk Road Business Summit to be held by People's Government of Hunan Province, China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC), and SRCIC in Zhangjiajie city in October this year. Mr. Peter Mihok quoted President Xi Jinping's speech at Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2018 by saying that China will take the initiative to expand imports and will work hard to import more products. International commercial organizations will also benefit from this process of globalization. The Belt and Road Initiative not only offers opportunities for Chinese enterprises and its people, but also benefits the whole world. He also said that SRCIC founded by Chairman Lu is a NGO force in pushing forward the Belt and Road Initiative. SRCIC to a certain extend represents the private sectors. ICC-WCF should not only strengthen the collaboration with government but also NGOs. ICC-WCF will bring SRCIC to the global collaboration system. WCF is a global organization with more than 12000 states members. It is a high level international forum for chamber leaders and professionals to exchange insights, develop networks, address the latest business issues affecting their communities and learn about new areas of innovation from chambers around the world. WCF works to enhance chambers' connection, to share best practices, and to provide services and to develop strong ties between chambers and multilateral organizations. SRCIC is a transnational business confederation mainly composed of national commercial associations of the Silk Road countries. Currently SRCIC has over 100 organizational members from 75 countries, including state-level organizations and correspondents, as well as millions of enterprises affiliated, forming up a community of shared interests, shared responsibilities and a shared future. Since its establishment in 2015, SRCIC has hosted 8 important conferences, over 30 international visits and road shows, signing the "Framework Agreement on Jointly Establishing a Mechanism and Platform for International Industry and Commerce Cooperation" with more than 60 country members and international organizations, signing the "Proposal for Jointly Establishing Rules and Standards of Transnational Artwork Trading" with over 80 chambers of commerce. SRCIC has also issued "Xi'an Consensus" for Contributing to a Global Community with a Shared Future. The agreement signed with ICC-WCF will assist SRCIC with a step forward towards its mission – to associate with the Silk Road Countries for the regional economic sustainability and .the world business prosperity.
Member Updates: MNCCI and CCPIT hold the Mongolia-China Business Forum in Beijing
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Member Updates: MNCCI and CCPIT hold the Mongolia-China Business Forum in Beijing
11 Apr 2018
11 April 2018, Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI) and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) co-organized the Mongolia-China Business Forum in Beijing. About 300 Mongolian delegates attended the event and 36 business agreements whichworth USD 4.6 billion were signed. Mongolian Prime Minister U.Khurelsukh made the opening remarks at the forum, saying that Mongolia appreciates the Belt and Road Initiative and pointed out Mongolia had worked out a strategy to collaborate with China on this initiative. He underlined Mongolia has managed to overcome economic difficulties in a short time thanks to effective collaborative actions with the International Monetary Fund and international community. "In order to keep a constant economic growth, the Mongolian government has been doing specific actions to improve the legal environment for businesses and investors by amending the master law on taxation. We now have willingness to cooperate with China in agriculture and a creation of environmentally-friendly energy resources," the Premier said, and then expressed interest to cooperate in implementation of projects on infrastructure, railway constructions and formation of a satellite city near Ulaanbaatar. President of MNCCI B.Lkhagvajav (L), Mongolian PM U.Khurelsukh (M) and Chairman of CCPIT Jiang Zengwei (R) The Premier's remarks were followed by a speech by Jiang Zengwei, Chairman of the CCPIT. "China and Mongolia have to go forward together for their development. A visit of the PRC President Xi Jingpin paid to Mongolia in 2014 gave an impetus to a rapid development of the bilateral relations. Chinese investment currently makes up one third of all foreign investments in Mongolia, and it created almost 100 thousand workplaces. I am delighted to say the people-to-people ties have been strengthening," Jiang said. "We are focusing attention to keeping a steady growth in the trade turnover. Today’s forum attracted more than 600 delegates from both countries, which means businesspeople and companies have great interest in working together. We have to facilitate customs and border crossing to boost the China-Mongolia commercial ties. Mongolia also has a need to develop its industrialization, so we should increase a flow of investment to the country. China is able to develop business collaboration with Mongolia because China has vast experience in it," he said. After this, B.Lkhagvajav, Chairman of the Board and President of the MNCCI, made a speech, emphasizing that China has been a long-year strategic partner of Mongolia in trade and investment. "Mongolia-China relations and cooperation have reached a comprehensive strategic volume. This forum is an evidence of an intensive development of our cooperation in all spheres such as politics, trade, economy, defense, culture, education and humanity. I am confident that this year's business forum will contribute to helping businesspeople of both countries widen their ties and market and brining new ideas and commercial channels," B.Lkhagvajav said. Source:MNCCI
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