Cambodian PM attends the opening of Cambodian Commercial Center in Xi'an

Source:Globaltimes.cn Published: 2017/5/18 14:06:15

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen talks with the Governor of Shaanxi Province Hu Heping at the Cambodian Commercial Center on Wednesday afternoon in Xi’an, capital city of Shaanxi Province, China. Photo: Ren Yingying/GT


 
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen attended the opening ceremony of the Cambodia Commercial Center, held at the Qujiang Cultural Building in Xi'an, the capital city of Shaanxi Province on Wednesday afternoon, after attending the One Belt and One Road forum in Beijing.

Hun Sen said the commercial center is a significant organization set up in Xi’an after the opening of the Consulate-General of Cambodia in the city. He welcomes more Shaanxi companies to invest in Cambodia and to further bolster the friendly bilateral ties.

Hu Heping, governor of Shaanxi Province, said at the ceremony that Shaanxi is at the frontline of China’s further opening-up and an important stop on the Belt and Road Initiative. He pledges that Shaanxi will import 100,000 tons of rubber from Cambodia and hopes the center will boost practical cooperation with the Southeast Asian nation in trade, investment, tourism, education and culture. 

The bilateral trade between the province and Cambodia reached $129 million in the past five years. Cambodia’s Ministry of Commerce will provide support to facilitate the bilateral socio-economic exchange.

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen arrives at the Cambodian Commercial Center on Wednesday afternoon in Xi’an, capital city of Shaanxi Province, China. Photo: Ren Yingying/GT


 

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen talks with the staff of the Cambodian Commercial Center on Wednesday afternoon in Xi’an, capital city of Shaanxi Province, China. Photo: Ren Yingying/GT


 

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, accompanied by the Governor of Shaanxi Province Hu Heping, leaves the Cambodian Commercial Center on Wednesday afternoon in Xi’an, capital city of Shaanxi Province, China. Photo: Ren Yingying/GT



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