2017 北京国际友好商协会大会

The 4th Beijing international Conference of Friendly Chambers of Commerce(BICCC)

2017年05月11日  来源:文博会主站  分享到:

The second Beijing International Conference of Friendly Chambers of Commerce (BICCC) was convened in Beijing on September 12 and 13, 2013 under the theme of “cooperation, development, and mutual benefits”. Pooling advantageous resources of chambers at home and abroad, it built a framework for promoting the investment environment, project matching, and exchanging experience in chamber development, organized meetings with heads of the Beijing municipal government, the opening ceremony, dialogues, Sino-French business promotion, overseas cooperation and communication, business-industrial park matching and roundtable meetings, etc., to deliver concrete services for member enterprises and build a high-end conference brand and a platform for innovation and exchange to facilitate cooperation and resource sharing between chambers around the globe.

The conference attracted extensive attention and active participation from chambers at home and abroad and from related fields, including over 500 delegates representing two international organizations and 26 chambers from 25 countries and regions.

With France as the Guest of Honor, the conference was a fruit of in-depth cooperation with the CCI Paris Ile-de-France which together withFrance Entrepreneursand many other French organizations invited French companies to take part in the business promotion event. Then deputy mayor of Beijing Cheng Hong held a meeting with executives of French companies in China.

The session on overseas communication and cooperationwas a highlight of the conference. It promoted overseas industrial parks with unique advantages, and dedicated an area for business talks to advance bilateral and multilateral business cooperation and create real opportunities for Chinese companies to go global. Projects covered included the Capital Group’s Sino-French Economic and Trade Cooperation project in France, the China-EU Commercial and Trade Logistics Cooperation Park project funded by a Chinese company in Hungary and the Amata Industrial Park project recommended by the Thailand-China Business Council.