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Chairman of CAMCE Luo Yan Attended Roundtable Dialogue on Canada-China Cooperation along the Belt and Road

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    On September 29, 2017, vice president of SINOMACH Xie Biao, chairman of CAMCE Luo Yan visited Canada with the delegation of China International Contractors Association. They attended the Roundtable Dialogue on Canada-China Cooperation along the Belt and Road, sponsored by Simon Fraser University and co-sponsored by Canada China Business Council (CCBC), Canada Asia Pacific foundation, China Development Research FoundationCDRF and China International Contractors Association, in Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. Representatives of member enterprises of China International Contractors Association, such as CRRC, China Railway Construction, SINOMACH, CHINA CONSTRUCTION, China Wuyi, CAMCE, etc. attended this activity.

    Roundtable dialogue was chaired by Simon Fraser University Dean of Beedie School of Business Ali Dastmalchian. Minister of Employment trade and Ministry of science and technology in British Columbia Province Bruce Ralston, President of Simon Fraser University Andrew Petter, Deputy secretary of CDRF Xiao Qingwen and Chairman of China International Contractors Association Fang Qiuchen delivered speeches respectively. At the meeting, Chairman Luo Yan made a statement as dialogue guest. She introduced the basic situation of CAMCE and business in Canada. Combined with project executing experience which CAMCE obtained in the Belt and Road countries and the comparative advantages of two countries' enterprises, she put forward the suggestion that both countries enterprises cooperate together to develop the projects in the Belt and Road countries, which fully recognized by experts and guests.

    Chinese Consulate General in Vancouver Commercial Counsellor Yu Shanjun, and the government, the Canadian province of British Columbia, the relevant industry associations, think tanks, consultants and representatives of Simon Fraser University more than 150 people attended the roundtable dialogue.

 

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