Li Qiang met with the delegation of U.S. China Business Council




On the afternoon of June 23rd, Li Qiang, Secretary of the CPC Jiangsu Provincial Committee and Director-general of the Standing Committee of Jiangsu Provincial People’s Congress, met with President John Frisbie of U.S. China Business Council. Fan Jinlong, member of the Standing Committee of CPC Jiangsu Committee and Secretary General, Ma Minglong, Director-General of the Jiangsu Department of Commerce, Da Jiaxiang, Chairman of our council and Cong Sufeng, Vice Chairman of our council attended the meeting.


Mr. Li extended welcome to the delegation and the gratitude to John Frisbie’s contribution to promote China-U.S. economic and trade cooperation. After a brief introduction to Jiangsu’s economic and social development, he noted, Jiangsu is now carry out supply-side structural reform to accelerate the shifting of economic growth model, which pays greater attention to opening-up and cooperation and participate in international competition and cooperation at a higher level. Li Qiang said that Jiangsu will actively create a favorable business environment and attach greater importance to intellectual property protection to provide fair development environment for foreign companies including U.S. companies. Jiangsu welcomed U.S. business circles to invest and develop and hoped both sides would continue to deepen cooperation, keep expanding the cooperation areas, raising the cooperation levels, expanding cooperation achievements, promoting mutual benefits to make positive contribution to the continuous development of China -U.S. relations.


John Frisbie was grateful for Jiangsu’s support to the U.S. companies which were investing and developing in Jiangsu. He said that U.S. China Business Council would play an active role to encourage more people in U.S. commercial and industrial fields to invest in Jiangsu and further promote trade exchanges and deepen pragmatic cooperation.


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