- Opportunity for Singapore businesses to network and enhance bilateral economic partnership and cooperation with some 80 top business leaders from various industries across China. First Chinese senior business delegation to visit Singapore after 19th CPC National Congress in October 2017
- First Singapore-China Business Council Meeting marked a dynamic phase of closer Singapore and China collaboration to map strategies
- Senior business leaders led by Chairman of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), to exchange views and share insights on regional connectivity, infrastructure, investment & financing opportunities in the 21st century Maritime Silk Road
- 4 MOUs to be signed between SBF and CCPIT, as well as other TACs to intensify co-operation for Belt and Road Initiative
Building on the successful launch of the BRI Connect Platform by founding partners, Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and Chinese Enterprises Association (CEA) on 15 August 2017 at the 3rd Singapore Regional Business Forum (SRBF), the Singapore business community welcomed a senior business delegation led by China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) to exchange views and share insights into regional connectivity, infrastructure, investment and financing opportunities in the 21st century Maritime Silk Road.
Led by Chairman of CCPIT, Mr Jiang Zengwei, the official delegation of more than 80 senior business leaders of Chinese enterprises met their Singapore counterparts to enhance business cooperation. The visitors were from various sectors, including construction, engineering, real estate, finance and investment, urban and industrial park development, trading, tele-communications.
Co-organised by SBF and CCPIT, with the support of Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Business China, Chinese Enterprises Association and Singapore China Business Association, the Singapore-China Trade and Investment Forum was the highlight of the official and business delegates’ three-day visit to Singapore.
As the very first significant business platform following the recent 19th CPC National Congress, the Forum has a head start in encouraging vibrant business ties between Singapore and China. Four Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) will be signed at the Singapore-China Trade and Investment Forum – including the MOU renewal between SBF and CCPIT to intensify co-operation and partnership, MOU between CCPIT and Business China, and MOU between Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Singapore China Business Association. These commitments further affirm the close partnership between the Singapore and China business communities.
Important topics, including Trade and Investment Opportunities through Enhanced Partnership & Cooperation, Singapore as an Internationalization Hub for Chinese Companies, as well as Investment and Financing Opportunities under the Belt and Road Initiative will be shared by experts and speakers from both Singapore and China government agencies and business communities.