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Yunyan expands partnerships with Nanjing companies

english.guiyang.gov.cn|Updated: 2021-05-17


Yunyan holds an investment promotion event for Nanjing companies on May 12. [Photo/WeChat account of Yunyan]

A group of entrepreneurs from Nanjing, the capital city of East China's Jiangsu province, participated in an investment promotion event on May 12 for Yunyan district at Guizhou International Conference Center in Guiyang, the capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province.

Ding Ming, secretary of the Party group of the Nanjing Federation of Industry and Commerce, said at the meeting that Jiangsu and Guizhou have a long-term partnership and that investment from Nanjing companies in Guizhou is in response to the nation's development plan.

Also, he expressed his hope that Jiangsu-based companies would deepen cooperation with Yunyan to promote joint development with complementary advantages.

Shi Bo, president of the Guiyang Federation of Industry and Commerce, said that Yunyan has a great business environment and preferential policies for investment attraction. She hoped that the event will deepen cooperation between companies in Nanjing and Guiyang.

Wang Qian, head of Yunyan, briefed attendees at the event on the district's development situation and its business environment. He said that Yunyan boasts the province's most regional headquarters companies, and is home to the province's highest-quality education, medical and cultural resources.

He added that Yunyan boasts a great business environment and is worth investing in.

During the event, federations of industry and commerce of Guiyang and Nanjing signed a cooperation agreement, and the Nanjing Federation of Industry and Commerce also signed cooperation agreements with Yunyan district.


Representatives from the Nanjing Federation of Industry and Commerce and Yunyan's government shake hands after signing cooperation agreements. [Photo/WeChat account of Yunyan]

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