China-Italy 3rd-party market cooperation forum

China-Italy 3rd-party market cooperation forum

China-Italy Third-Party Market Cooperation Forum was held in Rome, capital of Italy, on March 22.

The forum was organized by the National Development and Reform Commission and the Italian Ministry of Economic Development.

After the forum, Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Italian counterpart Sergio Mattarella met with more than 300 business representatives, as well as attendees of the China-Italy Entrepreneur Committee and China-Italy Cultural Cooperation Mechanism conferences.

Mattarella noted that under the new circumstances, the Italian government will support companies and cultural circles of the two countries in economic, trade and investment cooperation, and all types of cultural exchanges.

At a number of parallel forums later that day, they held in-depth discussions on how third-party markets can take full advantage of their strengths and enhance cooperation in transport and infrastructure construction, energy, manufacturing, and finance.

Lu Wei, general manager of CGN European Energy Company, chaired the energy forum, at which entrepreneurs shared their experiences and discussed future cooperation in the third-party market.

 

NβN tip: As next year marks the 50th anniversary of China-Italy diplomatic ties, the two countries will hold year of culture and tourism in each other’s country, and will embrace new cooperation opportunities in various areas.

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