ACFIC Vice Chairman Huang Rong and Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce First Vice Chairman Lu Guoxiang called for closer collaboration between the organizations to boost economic growth of their countries during a meeting in Beijing on December 6.
Huang briefed the MCCC delegation about ACFIC’s structure, functions, and the development of the Chinese non-public economy. He said that China is carrying out the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road strategies and ACFIC is actively building ties with overseas chambers of commerce and business associations including MCCC and paving the way for Chinese private enterprises’ going global and participation in Belt and Road construction. He expressed hope that ACFIC and MCCC can maintain constant contacts and have in-depth exchanges and discussions over tourism, new energy and infrastructure industries.
Lu said that MCCC is a non-government, non-profit, multi-ethnic and independent business association with 1,800 corporate members. He noted that Sino-Malaysian trade and economic exchanges are growing rapidly and investment by Chinese enterprises are continuously on the rise with the upgrade of ties to comprehensive strategic partnership, and he called for closer collaboration between the two organizations to further development of Chinese and Malaysian economies.
The meeting was also attended by ACFIC Economic Department Director Tan Lin, International Liaison Department Director Ma Jun, and representatives of the ACFIC New Energy Chamber of Commerce and the China International Cooperation Chamber of Commerce for the Private Sector.