China-Mexico Business Summit

China-Mexico Business Summit

CHINA-MEXICO BUSINESS SUMMIT 

STRENGTHENING THE RELATIONS BETWEEN CHINA AND LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN 

Last October 18th, 2018 the China-Mexico Business Summit was successfully held in Beijing having entrepreneurs, diplomats and scholars among more than 200 attendees.

Last October 18th, 2018 the China-Mexico Business Summit was successfully held in Beijing having entrepreneurs, diplomats and scholars among more than 200 attendees.

The Summit was conducted by Pablo Aguayo, General Secretary of MEXCHAM, and welcomed by the Vice president of BLCU, Ma Guisheng. Mexico’s ambassador to China, José Luis Bernal, the Executive President of MEXCHAM, Efrén Calvo and Executive President of CANACINTRA also gave welcoming remarks for the Business Summit.

Ma Guisheng

José Luis Bernal

Efrén Calvo

Enrique Guillén

A plate to commemorate the opening of the Latin American Studies Center of BLCU was unveiled during the summit. The Studies Center Director Professor Angela Zhou Qin, talked about the relevance of the research that will be performed in the center.

The conference included three panels, during the first discussion panel Ambassadors José Luis Bernal, Carlos H. Larrea, Óscar Rueda from Mexico, Ecuador and Colombia, respectively as well as Yohanely Savigne from the Cuba Embassy, discussed about strategies, initiatives and ideas for the tourism industry on the panel called “Present and future of tourism between China and Latin America" conducted by Laura Chavarro, Director for the Americas of the World Federation of Tourist Cities (WTFC).

Víctor Cadena, Executive Vice President of MEXCHAM, conducted the second panel where Ivan Chiu, President of Bimbo China, Ma Leju, Director of Relations with Government of Didi Chuxing and Jesus Castillo, Operations Director of the Softtek China, shared their views and valuable experiences regarding “Challenges and opportunities for Latin companies in China and Chinese companies in Latin America".

In the third panel, “The China-Latin America Silk Road" addressed the role of Latin American countries in the One Belt One Road initiative in the opinion of senior scholars such as Dr. Huang Jing from BLCU, Dr Xu Wenhong from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Dr. Esteban Zottele from the Universityof Changzhou, Peter Mauricio Larrea from CECLA. This panel was moderated by Dr. Anibal Zottele, Director of CECHIVER from Veracruz University.

The Summit also included the appointment by MEXCHAM of new honorary advisers:

Alicia Zhang Yingping

Alicia Zhang Yingping

Alicia Zhang Yingping

Monica Qing

Qu Jiayi

Hector Villagrán

In addition Yu Fei, Deputy Director of the China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC) shared his views on the links between China and Latin America and invited the audience for joining the XII China Latin America and Caribbean Business Summit (CLAC) 2018.

Finally, Efren Calvo, Executive President of MEXCHAM addressing the closing remarks on the Business Summit, explained future projects and thanked the attendees.

MEXCHAM continues building bridges between Mexico and China.

Cámara de Comercio de México en China

(MEXCHAM)中国墨西哥商会

www.mexcham.org

bj.info@mexcham.org

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