• A taste of Zhejiang and CEEC

    Some of the mouthwatering foods from Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) and East China's Zhejiang province that are now on offer at a culinary culture exchange event in Laowaitan on Ningbo's Bund from June 9 to 11.

  • Foreign voices at China-CEEC Expo

    Running until June 12, the China-CEEC Expo in Ningbo has so far attracted over 6,700 buyers from 22 countries and regions to display their featured products at the 110,000 square-meter expo.

  • Zhejiang vows to better serve foreign-invested enterprises

    Zhejiang will spare no effort to create a world-class business environment for local foreign-invested enterprises, Zhu Congjiu, vice governor of Zhejiang province, pledged on June 9.

  • Hu Chunhua

    Vice-Premier of the State Council

    China is ready to unswervingly expand the scope of market openness, and push ahead the opening of its modern service sector, manufacturing and agriculture.

  • Emil Boc

    Former Prime Minister of Romania and Mayor of Cluj-Napoca

    Romania, the third country in the world to establish diplomatic ties with China in 1949, is keen to work for mutually-beneficial outcomes through the Belt and Road Initiative and China-CEEC cooperation. It’s time to put relations on a more pragmatic footing and develop projects in infrastructure, information technology, innovation, tourism and the environment.

  • Tomislav Tolušić

    Croatian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Agriculture

    The China-CEEC cooperation mechanism is of great importance in facilitating trade in the CEEC and I look forward to increasing cooperation with China in food supply and exporting quality Croatian agricultural products to China, such as tuna and red wine.

  • Wang Lingjun

    Vice Minister of General Administration of Customs of China

    Cooperation on customs inspection and quarantine are essential for trade facilitation among countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative.

  • Che Jun

    Party Secretary of Zhejiang

    Zhejiang will push ahead high-quality co-ops and all-level exchanges with those involved in the BRI, forging the construction of international trading routes through the sea, land, air and internet.

  • Zhu Congjiu

    Vice Governor of Zhejiang Province

    Zhejiang will offer solutions to the operational difficulties of foreign-invested enterprises by alleviating their financial burdens and running costs, streamlining administration procedures, and enacting the regulations laid out in the newly-passed foreign investment law.

  • Qiu Dongyao

    Mayor of Ningbo

    Ningbo will continue and strengthen this cooperation in innovation, economy and trade, and investment with CEEC and advance student exchanges.

  • Li Guanding

    Deputy Mayor of Ningbo

    Ningbo has been committed to promoting cooperation with Central and Eastern European Countries under the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative in recent years. It will strive to become the first choice for the CEEC to export commodities to China, to conduct two-way investment cooperation with China, and to carry out cultural exchanges with China.

  • Zhang Yan

    Director of the Ningbo Municipal Bureau of Commerce

    Ningbo will pay closer attention in sectors such as trade, investment and culture to enhance the level of China-CEEC cooperation. It will take its responsibilities and explore replicable ways for other regions in China to support the cooperation.

  • Yu Danhua

    Vice Chairman of the China Association of International Trade

    Since CEE countries are located at the heart of Europe, trade with them may help our companies expand business into the rest of Europe. As few of these countries have conducted e-commerce businesses yet, Ningbo enterprises can seize the opportunity in that area.

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