Romania-China Business Forum

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The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Municipality of Bucharest (CCIB) on Thursday organises a Romania-China Business Forum, counting on the participation of a number of 14 large and very large companies of China.

The event is organised under a partnership agreement signed by the Chamber of Commerce in Bucharest with the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME). This is the largest and most influential relevant Chamber of China, with almost 8,000 member enterprises and 19 branch offices.

The Forum will be opened by CCIB President Sorin Dimitriu, with officials of the Economy Ministry’s Energy Department going to participate in the event, as well as representatives of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Bucharest.

Among the companies represented in the Forum, there is Sinohydro, the first brand of China in hydropower constructions, China Petroleum Technology & Development Corporation, the largest world supplier of crude oil, petrochemical products and equipment, China Coal Technology & Engineering Group Corp, the spine of the coal industry in China, State Grid Corporation of China, the largest utility company worldwide, Shanghai Electric Group Co.Ltd, one of the largest conglomerate companies in the production of complete equipment of China, Harbin Electric International Company Limited, a leader in China in project contract-signing and in power equipment export, as well as other companies in the areas of ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, machinery construction, electronics, radio-communications.

These companies are interested in identifying in Romania local partners and opportunities of involvement in future projects.

The Chamber of Commerce of the Municipality of Bucharest over the past few years has granted a special attention to the relation with China. CCIB organised a great number of economic missions and business forums with Chinese partners and starting October 2012 it has supported the Romanian — Chinese projects also through a representative office opened in Beijing.

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