Malta Chamber welcomes Chinese Delegation from CIIE

2nd October 2019

The meeting discussed how the Chamber intends to follow-up on the experiences gained from the upcoming participation at the CIIE, translating it into practical assistance, to its members.

A Chinese Delegation visited the Malta Chamber ahead of the China International Import Expo which will take place in November.

Mr Yu Yuantang, Deputy Director General of the Department of European Affairs at the Ministry of Commerce in China, leading the Chinese delegation, was welcomed by Chamber President Perit David Xuereb, and Mr Ian Mizzi, President of the Maltese-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, together with Chamber top officials.

The meeting discussed how the Chamber intends to follow-up on the experiences gained from the upcoming participation at the CIIE, translating it into practical assistance, to its members.

Chinese Delegation

President Xuereb explained that the Malta Chamber is undergoing a process of profiling the internationalisation needs of its members to tap into specific opportunities of interest to them.

Through its Internationalisation Desk, the Chamber has regularly hosted events that shine a light on the possibilities and opportunities that exist for trade between our two countries. This includes participation in the CIIE, which has all motivations and intentions to develop into tangible benefits for our businesses.

The Chamber has engaged in agreements with China establishing a mechanism to support and promote investment opportunities between our two nations. The agreements provide for cooperation plans, exchange of information, facilitate of business match-making opportunities and capacity building initiatives.


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