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Gao Yunlong met Belt and Road General Chamber of Commerce

Date:2019-09-10 15:43:00

Gao Yunlong, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and chairman of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce (ACFIC), met with a visiting group of the Belt and Road General Chamber of Commerce (BRGCC) led by Lin Jianyue, president of the BRGCC board, on Aug. 26, 2019.


Gao said that the BRGCC had been supporting national development since its establishment, playing a unique advantage of resource that only Hong Kong had and was needed by the country, and that they had done material work in promoting HK’s exchanges with inland China and in constructing the Belt and Road.

He especially acknowledged BRGCC’s firm stance on protecting HK’s stability and prosper by being patriotic.

He said that over the past six years since the BRI was first put forward, construction of policy communication, road connectivity, unimpeded trade, currency circulation and people-to-people connectivity, which were known as “five connections”, had made bountiful achievement.

Chinese President Xi Jinping announced on this year BRF Beijing Summit that China would take a series of policies including reform, institutional and structural arrangement to deepen opening up.

With the idea of building a human community with shared destiny getting popular along with the BRI, China’s gate had been, is, and will be opening wider, which provides a diversified market for Chinese enterprises to strengthen international cooperation and provides important impetus to confront the complex international relations and the negative effect brought by China-US trade war.

Gao said that people from Hong Kong had experience in personnel and management, which matched with inland enterprises’ need for professional service in finance, laws, insurance, tax, accounting, design and consultation.


In the future, the ACFIC would enhance cooperation with the BRGCC to help enterprises in HK and inland to participate in the Belt and Road construction and the construction of the Guangdong - Hong Kong - Macao Greater Bay Area so as to realize corporate transformation and high-quality development.

Lin Jianyue, on behalf of the BRGCC, expressed appreciation towards the ACFIC.

He said that Hong Kong had the special advantages of taking the inland as a backyard to face the world, and with mature experience in professional fields HK had made solid contribution to free trade and economic globalization.

Yet in the meanwhile, HK also needed to explore ways to transform and upgrade and to solve deepp-seated problems when got into the new era, said Lin.

He pointed out that the HK should actively fit in China’s national development strategies including the BRI and the Guangdong - Hong Kong - Macao Greater Bay Area construction, play its advantages and expand new development space.

He said that the BRGCC had been committed to integrating HK’s development with national development, and would strengthen cooperation with the ACFIC in the future to promote enterprises from both the HK and inland to take the chance of national strategies of BRI and the greater bay area construction to make the most of HK’s unique advantages.

Gao Yunlong made positive response to the delegation’s proposal of enhancing cooperation in building legal system of the BRI, financial service and insurance work.

He asked young entrepreneurs from both sides to build a strong young entrepreneurs committee that could gather talents and better serve the country.

He also encouraged the young people from both inland and the HK to become “the pillars of society” with lofty ideals and aspiration, who would creating common grounds and understand each other through communication and exchange, so as to make joint efforts in realizing the Chinese dream of rejuvenating the nation.

Qiu Xiaoping, vice chairman of ACFIC, and people from ACFIC’s liaison department, China Mergers & Acquisitions Association, National Unity of Science and Technology and Equipment Industry Chamber of Commerce, China Cultural Chamber of Commerce for the Private Sector, the young entrepreneurs committee, and the international cooperation committee of ACFIC, and representatives of private enterprises attended.
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