The next Canada-China Business Cooperation Summit will be held in Montréal on July 2 and is expected to draw more than 300 attendees. Montréal International’s President and CEO, Dominique Anglade, will present the opening remarks on behalf of the Consider Canada City Alliance, representing the economic promotion agencies of Canada’s major cities. China’s new ambassador to Canada, Luo Zhaohui, will be the keynote speaker.
Organized by the Canada China Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Montréal International, the event is aimed at furthering the economic outlook and potential for further collaboration between Canada and China. Business leaders from China and Canada will have an opportunity to share insights and experience they had with bilateral trade and investment, and to explore new areas for cooperation involving RMB internationalization.
About 40 representatives from major Chinese companies will attend the event, including the senior executives of Bank of China (Canada), ICBC (Canada), Jien Nickel, Huawei (Canada), China Investment Corporation (Canada), Nexen, China Wind Power (Canada), China Telecom (Canada), Sinopec (Canada), ZTE Canada and Sinotrans Canada.
For more information: http://www.chinachamber.ca/canada-china-business-cooperation-summit-2014-cccc-agm/
About the Canada China Chamber of Commerce
The Canada China Chamber of Commerce (CCCC) was established in 2012 as a non-profit association of Chinese firms operating in Canada. CCCC currently has more than 140 member companies throughout Canada, representing more than 90% of total Chinese investment in Canada.
About the Consider Canada City Alliance
As a united front, Canada’s large cities – Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Québec City, Winnipeg, Waterloo Region, and Saskatoon – help international companies determine the best strategies for business expansion and continually improve Canada’s ability to attract new investment and trade opportunities.