Chinese provincial trade mission seeks more business with British Columbia
Chinese Canadian Chamber of Commerce-A Chinese provincial trade mission visited Vancouver in May to seek investments ties with the Province for development projects in Southern Asia. Canadian officials met with the 200-member trade mission at the Vancouver Convention Centre on May 9. The delegation included the top Communist official in Guangdong. In her speech at the conference Premier Christy Clark emphasized BC’s clean technology and sustainable environmental practices. She noted the importance of the deal between Woodfibre LNG and China’s Guangzhou Gas for BC’s economy and the fight against climate change. The deal, valued at $11.5 billion, was announced May 9 by Woodfibre. Robert Chen, chairman of PPmoney based in Guangzhou said his company is looking for investment and market expansion opportunities in North America through Vancouver. He said Guangdong wants to invest in BC sectors such as bioscience, engineering, finance and environmental innovation.
BC Premier Christy Clark leading a trade mission to Asia
BC Premier Christy Clark is taking BC companies on a trade mission to Japan, Korea and the Philippines. China is not on the mission’s agenda. The premier wants to drum up more business with these countries to diversify its Asian business. Some 60 BC companies have signed up for the 13-day mission including the BC LNG Alliance. BC’s LNG project is the big job creator that the provincial government is banking despite falling energy prices.
Fertilize The Ocean? Yes, we can, says BC high tech firm
Chinese Canadian Chamber of Commerce-An experiment conducted five years ago on BC coast showed that it’s possible to fertilize the ocean to increase fish production, by about 250-percent, if not more. The BC firm that holds worldwide patent to its unique technology is in the process of perfecting it with scientists of the world-renowned Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, BC while approaching governments in the Americas and the Middle East. Having just made another investment of $200,000 on research, the company’s seeking investors and investor-distributors worldwide. Interested parties can contact admin@chinesecanadiancommerce in full confidence.
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China involved in building Egypt’s new US$45 billion capital
Egypt’s secular government is building a new national capital and China is involved in the US$45 billion project as a financier, part of its plan to increase its business in emerging markets. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi wants to build a new business and administrative capital on 270 square miles of desert land, a project many thought to be a pipe dream until a $15 billion agreement was signed between the Egyptian government and China State Construction Corp. Although details of the agreement were not clear, loans and grants and technical know-how are said to be part of the deal.
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