A delegation led by Jemal Inaishvili, President of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Georgian Republic, paid a visit to the ACFIC to explore business cooperation opportunities.
During the meeting with ACFIC Vice Chairman Chu Ping on March 22, Inaishvili spoke highly of China"s development since its reform and opening and invited Chinese businessmen to do business in his country.
Inaishvili said the Georgian government has taken a series of measures to promote economy and attract foreign investors. He also gave a detailed introduction on the state policies and investment environment regarding agriculture, foodstuffs, textiles and tourism.
Chu said that major progress has been made in China since its reform and opening up, especially in infrastructure, urban construction and people"s livelihood, and that the private sector has played an active role in the country"s economic development.
As the government"sassistance in promoting and managing the Chinese private business, ACFIC hopes to further strengthen relations with the Georgian Chamber of Commerce and industry and to work for closer cooperation between enterprises of the two countries.
The Georgian Ambassador, the vice chairman of the ACFIC Chamber of Agricultural Industry and the representatives of a number of Chinese companies attended the meeting.