Commonwealth Business Forum Perth 2011 was hosted in Perth, Australia on the 25-27 October in conjunction with the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, focusing on the theme “Partnering for Global Growth: The Commonwealth,Indian Ocean and the Pacific Rim”.
The Forum will highlight new global economic partnerships for trade and investment in key sectors across theCommon wealth and beyond. The CBF as a unique gathering of business leaders from developed and emerging markets will focus on building the new economic and financial architecture in the global economy and ensure that it is inclusive and beneficial to all. This important business meeting will present a useful platform for fostering such partnerships and new relationships.
The Forum will provide a unique opportunity for business and government to:
1.Learn from more than 100 speakers and panellists including Heads of Government, Ministers of Finance, Trade and Development, Chairmen and Chief Executives of business and other industry leaders
2.Meet and discuss trade, investment and partnership opportunities
3.Learn about new business and investment prospects
4.Develop new business leads and identify new trade and investment partners
5.Conduct and conclude business in one to one meetings with other international partners
6.Network with policy makers, key government officials and business leaders
7.Influence the global debate on important trade and investment issues
8.Contribute to key policy recommendations to Commonwealth Heads of Government
The Forum was organised by the Commonwealth Business Council in collaboration with the private sector, Australian Government and Government of Western Australia. Invited by the Government of Australia, Wang Jinzhen, vice president of Chinese Chamber of Commerce, led a business delegation to Australia to attend Commonwealth Business Forum Perth 2011. As a member of Jiangsu Chamber of Commerce, our general manager, Mr. Sha was invited to the forum.
Wang Jinzhen made a speech of "China: Cooperation with the Commonwealth countries to create a new partnership" on the topic of the meeting. He reviewed three decades of reform and opening up, especially since the accession to the WTO,China has made great achievements in economy, trade, and attracting foreign investment.
On the morning of October 19, Wang Jinzhen, vice president of CCPIT led a delegation to attend the Sino-New Zealand Investment Exchange hosted by CCPIT and Auckland New Zealand Chamber of Commerce. As a member of CCPIT, we were invited to the exchange.
The Vice President introduced about China's economic development, reviewed the achievement since the 2008 free trade agreement, and proposed on how to promote education, tourism, agricultural , food safety and other aspects of cooperation.
Ms. Libeika Needleman, the senior advisor of New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that New Zealand government attaches importance to relations with China, China's development as an opportunity to enhance the New Zealand economy. She thanked China after an earthquake in New Zealand for their timely assistance, hope the new relationship between the two countries continue to maintain all-round development, but also for the New Zealand business community to provide more opportunities for cooperation.
Mr. Grant, the expert of Auckland tourism and Ministry of Economic Development, made a speech in economic of New Zealand, especially in food industry cluster development plan. He hoped Chinese entrepreneurs to concern in it.
At the meeting, the two parties exchanged views on how best to tap the free trade agreement brought about by the potential for cooperation.
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