BEIJING, May 12, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — A delegation from Wuxi, east China’s Jiangsu Province, carried out a series of exchange events including the Wuxi (Tokyo) economic, trade and cultural cooperation conference in Japan recently.
Photo shows the Wuxi (Tokyo) economic, trade and cultural cooperation conference held in Tokyo, capital of Japan, on May 11, 2023.
Zhao Jianjun, mayor of Wuxi, expressed a strong interest in furthering economic, trade and cultural cooperation with Japan on the conference.
According to Zhao, Wuxi will focus on Japan’s advantageous industrial clusters such as machinery manufacturing, automobile industry, new energy, and hydrogen energy storage to deepen industrial science and technology cooperation.
The city will join hands with Japanese partners to maintain the stability of international supply, and enhance business collaboration on equipment and material procurement in the fields of integrated circuits, biomedicine as well as high-end machinery and equipment, Zhao added.
In addition, continued efforts will be made to expand exchanges and mutual understanding in various areas such as culture, sports, tourism, education and health, and strengthen exploration on common issues such as dealing with aging and promoting carbon neutrality, Zhao pointed out.
To invest in China, choosing Wuxi is the right decision, said Song Yaoming, minister of economy and commerce at the Chinese embassy in Japan, adding that Wuxi, which boasts unique geographical advantages and transportation conditions, as well as a well-developed and advanced modern industrial system, is one of the areas with the highest concentration of Japanese enterprises in China.
Nearly 300 guests from Japanese companies including Sony, Hitachi, THK and Yakult, as well as representatives of non-governmental organizations and friendly individuals attended the conference. A total of 26 projects with a contract value of about 1.54 billion U.S. dollars were signed on the conference.
The delegation also visited the world’s top 500 companies, financial institutions, etc. in Japan.
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