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CBEAD holds the first China-Japan-South Korea Enterprise Forum

Date:2020-12-08 Author: Click:[]

On December 6, CBEAD held the first China-Japan-South Korea Enterprise Forum with the theme of "strategies of China, Japan and South Korea enterprises under the epidemic situation". Qiu Baolin, head of CBEAD, and Tan Yue, vice president of CBEAD, attended the forum. The participants of The 9th SASAC Central Enterprises Senior Executives Training Program and participants from relevant departments of the CBEAD attended the forum.

Vice president Tan Yue delivered an opening speech. He stressed that East Asia is an important driving force and growth pole for economic development in Asia and the world. The economies of China, Japan and South Korea are highly complementary, and the industrial chain and supply chain are deeply integrated. Recently, the regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement (RCEP) was successfully signed, which injected new impetus and vitality into regional economic integration. We hope that the enterprises of the three countries will help each other and work together to create a better future for Asia and the world.

Jiang zhengyin, Associate professor of East Asia Department of Waseda University of Japan, Hu Xiao, Vice Minister of Public Relations Department of Huawei Japan, Professor Li Shangxie, Tongde women's University of Korea, senior manager of learning and development team of LG electronic headquarters in South Korea,  and Dr. Lee MingHo, former senior management consultant of SDS American legal person of SamSung group in South Korea and planning member of South Korea's "hoshizhai" think tank, participated online, and respectively delivered speeches with the following topics "difficulties and challenges faced by Japanese enterprises during the epidemic period", "Huawei's road to Japan", "development experience of global leaders of Korean enterprises" and "response of Korean enterprises and society in the era of epidemic". After the speeches, the four guests had an interactive exchange with offline participants.


The participants said that the forum broadened the international vision, enhanced the understanding and mutual trust among the enterprises of the three countries, provided certain enlightenment for enterprises' international operation, and provided a good foundation for strengthening cooperation and exchange among enterprises in the post epidemic era and strengthening future cooperation.


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