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China Overseas Chinese Investment Conference to Boost Collaboration with Overseas Chinese

ChinaChina Overseas Chinese Investment Conference to Boost Collaboration with Overseas Chinese

According to Yan Ke, the Party chief of the Guangdong Province Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, the China Overseas Chinese Investment (Guangdong) Conference is poised to serve as a vital bridge linking China with its overseas Chinese. The conference is set to take place in Guangzhou over two days, starting from Friday. Yan, who also serves as the president of the federation, mentioned that the event will focus on highlighting the investment climate and economic progress achieved by the Chinese mainland, with a special emphasis on attracting overseas Chinese attendees.

During a press conference held in Guangzhou on Tuesday, Yan added that the conference is “expected to attract more overseas Chinese to collaborate in the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, as well as to promote high-quality development in the country. It will also enable more win-win cooperation projects to be inked between mainland companies and overseas Chinese.”

Over 600 officials, business representatives, and overseas Chinese hailing from over 130 nations and regions will be in attendance at the Guangzhou Baiyun International Convention Center. The All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese and Guangdong Province will co-host the event, which will feature specialized lectures and seminars aimed at fostering collaboration between mainland and overseas Chinese business representatives.

Moreover, participants will be taken on an investment inspection tour and engage in trade and business talks with counterparts from cities such as Guangzhou, Shaoguan, Huizhou, Shanwei, Zhongshan, Shantou, and other major cities in Guangdong province.

With over 30 million overseas Chinese living in more than 160 countries and regions worldwide, Guangdong has the largest number of overseas Chinese, representing over 50 percent of the country’s total.

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