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Lu Yong attended China-Japan enterprises forum

Date:2019-11-08 13:56:00

A Chinese and Japanese enterprises’ project docking and exchanges forum supported by the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce (ACFIC) was held in Beijing on Oct. 29, 2019.
 


Co-organized by the China International Trust and Investment Corporation (CITIC) Group and the Mizuho Financial Group, a Japanese company, the forum was themed with “new opportunity, new driving force”.
 
ACFIC’s vice chairman Lu Yong, along with Cai Xiliang, vice general-manager of CITIC, and Tatsufumi Sakai, executive president and CEO of Mizuho, attended the meeting and gave speeches.
 
Lu Yong said that the future cooperation between Chinese and Japanese enterprises was bright.
 
Over the past 40 years of China’s reform and opening up, many China-Japan enterprises have achieved enormous progress through cooperation, which has showed a mutual-complementary development trend.
 
Lu hoped that enterprises from the two countries would actively respond to the call by Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Japanese counterparts so as to act practically and explore more and new cooperation directions to create a new mutual beneficial and win-win situation.
 
He stressed that the Belt and Road Initiative provided opportunities for China-Japan cooperation and cooperation with a third party.
 
The deepened cooperation in high-end manufacturing, energy-saving and environmental protecting industries, medical and old-age pension industry, and electronic business etc. between China and Japan would become a new example for mutual beneficial cooperation, said Lu.
 
He said that the ACFIC, as a business association with the private enterprises and entrepreneurs as the main part, would strengthen communication with related organizations and corporations to build multidimensional exchange platform and cheer for deep cooperation between Chinese and Japanese enterprises.
 
Over 120 representatives from the business circle of China and Japan attended the opening ceremony, after which many enterprises conducted one-on-one docking meetings with programs in five major industries including manufacture, medicare, environmental construction, cultural industry and agriculture.
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