China-Import Expo/Business Deals

Second CIIE bolsters cooperation between Chinese, foreign enterprises

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Shanghai, east China - Nov 7, 2019 (CGTN–No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC) Import Matchmaking meeting, signing ceremony in progress, attendees
2. Various of officials from SDIC, foreign companies signing cooperation deals
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Himanshu Chaturvedi, head, China headquarters, Olam:
"Last year we had signed close to 35,000 metric tons, which we have executed completely during the year. And this time we are signing close to 40,000 metric tons."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nadeem Riaz, managing director, Riaz Textile Mills, Pakistan (partially overlaid with shot 5):
"Normally every country usually is more interested in exports, but China is interested in imports also. So we feel very confident (of our future relationship). Hopefully China will keep on continuing with this and our volume into China will increase."
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5. Visitors, wine on display
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6. Various of visitors sampling wine, deli products at expo
7. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Zhaogang, chairman, State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), China (partially overlaid with shot 8):
"Many foreign businesses welcome the CIIE which they think is a great way to increase cooperation between companies from China and the rest of the world. The event sends out a message that we are more open and more confident. In the meantime, the CIIE is helping improve the quality of life for the Chinese people. And thirdly, the expo is helping bolster the connection between China and the rest of the world. I believe China will continue to be a strong engine of global economic growth."
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8. Visitors sampling wine
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9. Various of visitors sampling snacks
10. Visitors at expo

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The ongoing second China International Import Exposition (CIIE) is providing an opportunity for Chinese companies to further cooperate with their international counterparts.

Since the expo opened on Tuesday in Shanghai, many Chinese companies have inked cooperation deals with enterprises from the rest of the world in a further step to promote global business connection.

The State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), one of the major state-owned investment holding companies in China, is one of the Chinese enterprises having a very productive time at this year's import expo. So far it has announced multiple deals with more than 20 companies from 18 countries.

Under the deals, the SDIC is committed to buying products such as corn, barley, seafood, cashew, cotton, yarn and industrial salt from countries like Indonesia, Spain and Uruguay.

Many of the companies, such as Olam - a leading food and agri-business company in the world, were present at the expo last year, and this year they came back in the hope of enhancing cooperation with their Chinese partners.

"Last year we had signed close to 35,000 metric tons, which we have executed completely during the year. And this time we are signing close to 40,000 metric tons," said Himanshu Chaturvedi, head of the China headquarters of Olam which began operations in China in 2003.

For the SDIC and its brand new partners, the CIIE is proving to be a useful platform to boost business and improve people's livelihoods in their countries.

"Normally every country usually is more interested in exports, but China is interested in imports also. So we feel very confident (of our future relationship). Hopefully China will keep on continuing with this and our volume into China will increase," said Nadeem Riaz, managing director of Riaz Textile Mills in Pakistan.

According to SDIC's chairman, Zhang Zhaogang, through CIIE, China is sending out a message that it will further open its door to the world.

"Many foreign businesses welcome the CIIE which they think is a great way to increase cooperation between companies from China and the rest of the world. The event sends out a message that we are more open and more confident. In the meantime, the CIIE is helping improve the quality of life for the Chinese people. And thirdly, the expo is helping bolster the connection between China and the rest of the world. I believe China will continue to be a strong engine of global economic growth," said Zhang.

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China-Import Expo/Business Deals

Second CIIE bolsters cooperation between Chinese, foreign enterprises

Dateline : Nov 7, 2019

Location : China

Duration : 2'41

  • English
  • العربية
  • Español


Shanghai, east China - Nov 7, 2019 (CGTN–No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC) Import Matchmaking meeting, signing ceremony in progress, attendees
2. Various of officials from SDIC, foreign companies signing cooperation deals
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Himanshu Chaturvedi, head, China headquarters, Olam:
"Last year we had signed close to 35,000 metric tons, which we have executed completely during the year. And this time we are signing close to 40,000 metric tons."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nadeem Riaz, managing director, Riaz Textile Mills, Pakistan (partially overlaid with shot 5):
"Normally every country usually is more interested in exports, but China is interested in imports also. So we feel very confident (of our future relationship). Hopefully China will keep on continuing with this and our volume into China will increase."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
5. Visitors, wine on display
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
6. Various of visitors sampling wine, deli products at expo
7. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Zhaogang, chairman, State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), China (partially overlaid with shot 8):
"Many foreign businesses welcome the CIIE which they think is a great way to increase cooperation between companies from China and the rest of the world. The event sends out a message that we are more open and more confident. In the meantime, the CIIE is helping improve the quality of life for the Chinese people. And thirdly, the expo is helping bolster the connection between China and the rest of the world. I believe China will continue to be a strong engine of global economic growth."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Visitors sampling wine
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
9. Various of visitors sampling snacks
10. Visitors at expo


The ongoing second China International Import Exposition (CIIE) is providing an opportunity for Chinese companies to further cooperate with their international counterparts.

Since the expo opened on Tuesday in Shanghai, many Chinese companies have inked cooperation deals with enterprises from the rest of the world in a further step to promote global business connection.

The State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), one of the major state-owned investment holding companies in China, is one of the Chinese enterprises having a very productive time at this year's import expo. So far it has announced multiple deals with more than 20 companies from 18 countries.

Under the deals, the SDIC is committed to buying products such as corn, barley, seafood, cashew, cotton, yarn and industrial salt from countries like Indonesia, Spain and Uruguay.

Many of the companies, such as Olam - a leading food and agri-business company in the world, were present at the expo last year, and this year they came back in the hope of enhancing cooperation with their Chinese partners.

"Last year we had signed close to 35,000 metric tons, which we have executed completely during the year. And this time we are signing close to 40,000 metric tons," said Himanshu Chaturvedi, head of the China headquarters of Olam which began operations in China in 2003.

For the SDIC and its brand new partners, the CIIE is proving to be a useful platform to boost business and improve people's livelihoods in their countries.

"Normally every country usually is more interested in exports, but China is interested in imports also. So we feel very confident (of our future relationship). Hopefully China will keep on continuing with this and our volume into China will increase," said Nadeem Riaz, managing director of Riaz Textile Mills in Pakistan.

According to SDIC's chairman, Zhang Zhaogang, through CIIE, China is sending out a message that it will further open its door to the world.

"Many foreign businesses welcome the CIIE which they think is a great way to increase cooperation between companies from China and the rest of the world. The event sends out a message that we are more open and more confident. In the meantime, the CIIE is helping improve the quality of life for the Chinese people. And thirdly, the expo is helping bolster the connection between China and the rest of the world. I believe China will continue to be a strong engine of global economic growth," said Zhang.

ID : 8126659

Published : 2019-11-08 16:35

Last Modified : 2019-11-14 19:09:08

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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