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Polish, Chinese businessmen take steps toward cooperation

来源:ieplat News 发布时间:2016-07-18     分享到: 更多

导读:WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Business people from Poland and China met Thursday at an event supported by the two governments and intended to promote cooperation.

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Business people from Poland and China met Thursday at an event supported by the two governments and intended to promote cooperation.

 

The meeting was held just weeks after China's President Xi Jinping and Polish President Andrzej Duda signed an agreement to step up bilateral ties to a "strategic" level. Some 40 deals and memoranda of understanding — including on construction, raw materials and finance — were signed during Xi's visit to Warsaw last month.

 

At Thursday's meeting, China's minister and head of the Council for Promoting South-South Cooperation, Lu Xinhua, and Bartlomiej Pawlak, head of Poland's state agency that supports foreign investors, said there is plenty of room to expand the bilateral exchange which already reaches billions of euros. According to Polish officials, Chinese exports account for 90 percent of that trade.

 

China is seeking trade and business partners in Europe and elsewhere for its growing economy, especially in the infrastructure, energy and modern technologies. Poland wants to find markets for its agricultural products but also partners for large construction and infrastructure projects.

 

However, a project in which Chinese COVEC company was building a major highway in Poland ended in 2011 with the company withdrawing due to underestimated costs. It also employed Chinese workers and did not contribute to employment in Poland.

 

On Thursday Lu praised Chinese products for their quality and price and said his country is seeking to develop cooperation in transport and infrastructure, finance, aviation, science and education. Three-way cooperation with Western Europe and involving new technologies is also a project that China would like to pursue.

 

China is Poland's biggest trading partner in Asia and the third-largest source of Polish imports. In 2014 the bilateral turnover was $25.5 billion, with Poland's exports accounting for only $2.3 billion.(From:DailyMail)

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