Romania attends for the first time China Overseas Investment Fair

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Romania makes its debut at the 7th China Overseas Investment Fair – COIFAIR, held on October 22-23 in Beijing, the Department for Foreign Investment and Public-Private Partnership (DPIIS) announced. According to organizers, last year’s edition gathered representatives from 124 countries, 280 exhibitors and welcomed over 8,000 visitors.

Within the fair, DPIIS will run a stand offering presentation materials promoting the Romanian business environment and several investment projects. As part of seminar ‘Promoting investment opportunities in Romania’, department representatives will offer a presentation of the Romanian investment environment and of facilities granted to foreign investors in Romania. The event will be attended by Romanian officials and representatives of state-owned companies who will showcase a number of projects as well as Chinese companies interested in investing in Romania.

The Romanian delegation is also attends today the 25th session of the Government Commission for Romanian-Chinese economic cooperation.

Romania’s official delegation is headed by Minister of Economy, Trade and Tourism Mihai Tudose and includes representatives of public institutions and state-owned companies. Their visit to China has the support of the Romanian Embassy to the People’s Republic of China.

COIFAIR 2015 is one of China’s most important events aimed at implementing the Chinese government’s ‘Go Global’ policy, designed to encourage Chinese companies to invest abroad. The topic of the current edition is ‘New Normal Brings New Opportunities: Open the Great Time for China Overseas’.

There will be emphasis on investments within the framework of the ‘One Belt One Road’ and on the promotion of projects that are intended to be implemented by Chinese companies with financial resources from China, along the two new silk roads (on land and on sea).

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