Myanmar-China Media Tea Party held in Yangon to foster business relations

On 8 April, the Myanmar-China Media Tea Party took place at the China Enterprises Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar (CECC) headquarters, situated in the Time City Complex in Kamayut Township, Yangon Region.
Attendees included Minister Counsellor Mr Zheng Zhihong, staff from the Chinese Embassy to Myanmar, CECC Chairman Mr Liu Ming, Chinese business figures, and representatives from both Chinese and Myanmar media outlets.
Following opening remarks from the Minister Counsellor, CECC entrepreneurs elaborated on their business ventures in Myanmar, covering diverse sectors such as garment manufacturing, electricity production, and automobile assembly, including electric vehicles.
Representatives from Yangon Media Group, Eleven Media Group, and CCTV posed queries regarding the investments made in Myanmar by Chinese entrepreneurs. The CECC chairman, Mr Sui Xigang and Mr Liu Younghoung, officials responsible for the garment and automobile sectors, and the Minister Counsellor fielded the questions and provided insights during the session.
The Minister Counsellor underscored the Chinese entrepreneurs’ commitment to adhering to laws and prioritizing the creation of opportunities and technological assistance for Myanmar citizens over profits. Additionally, he reiterated China’s support for the country’s peace and prosperity. — ASH/NT

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