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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Mayor of Ningbo


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

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