金沙电子游戏,澳门皇冠金沙网站官方网站

   中文版  E-mail    
   Home    |   Introduction    |   Research    |   Faculty    |   Journals    |   Studies    |   Mobile Post-Doctoral Stations    |   Forums    |   Graduate Education    |   Cooperation   
Bulletin Board more ;
Links  
The Wang Yanan Institute for Studies in Economics,XMU
The School of Economics of Xiamen University
Zhejiang University College of Economics
School of Economics and Management of NWU
School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University
Economics and Management School of WHU
The School of Economics of SHUFE
Contact us  
Add:Center For Economic Research,Shandong University,27 Shanda Nanlu,Jinan,P.R.China
Zip:250100
Tel:0531-88364000
Fax:0531-88364000
E-Mail:shiying@sdu.edu.cn
Current Position: English >> Attentions >> 正文
China-Spain forum to bring trade ties closer
Updat:Nov 27, 2007   Author:lj   Click:[]

www.chinaview.cn2007-11-27 08:52:21

BEIJING, Nov. 27 -- The China-Spain Forum in Madrid this week will help entrepreneurs from the two countries establish closer ties and share the experience of exploring the global market, the Spanish ambassador to China said yesterday. "Spanish enterprises have rich operation experience in Latin America, the U.S. and the European Union (EU), while Chinese companies are more experienced in Asian and African markets," Carlos Blasco said. The two-day forum starts today, and its economics committee will discuss how to use these experiences for a fruitful cooperation, he said. About 600 officials and entrepreneurs from China and Spain will attend the forum to discuss a wide range of topics, including inter-city cooperation, environmental protection, development of cultural industry and cooperation in the sport industry before the 2008 Beijing Olympics. "This forum will have delegates from the governments and enterprises, as well as non-governmental entities. It's a good opportunity for the two peoples to know each other," Blasco said. Referring to the agreement on Spain exporting pork to China - signed during crown prince Felipe de Borbon's visit to Beijing earlier this month -the ambassador said: "The huge demand has led to a sharp rise in pork price in China. On the other hand, Spain is the world's fourth largest pork producer. So the trade agreement is in both sides' interests." Vice Premier Hui Liangyu left for Madrid on Sunday, heading a business delegation to the forum.

(Source: China Daily)

Last:China to buy 160 Airbus planes worth $17.4 bln Next:China promises 1.35% of GDP as annual environmental protection investment

CLOSE

Copyright(c)ShanDong University Directory Enquiries:(86)-531-88395114 Tel:86-531-88364128/88364000
Copyright 2004-2006 The Center For Economic Research Shandong University
Address:Center for Economic Research,Shandong University,Shanda NanRoad 27#,Jinan,P.R.China. Zip:250100 Fax:86-531-88364981
XML 地图 | Sitemap 地图