GUIYANG, CHINA - The mayor of Guiyang, Chen Gang, accepted the authorization from the chairman of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), Ghazi Abu Nahl, on March 4. The approval marks the start of the construction of the World Trade Center Guiyang, which will be the first international-level trade center in Guizhou and a new landmark in Guiyang.
The center will occupy an area of about 175,000 square meters and will receive investment from Zhongtian Group.
It will be built as an international metropolitan life complex, including 5A office buildings, commercial districts, hotels and parks.
The World Trade Center Guiyang is expected to bring business opportunities for the local market and enhance the city image. It will also bolster the city's international influence, thanks to WTCA's strong reputation all over the world.
The World Trade Centers Association was founded in 1970. It is a non-profit, non-political association dedicated to the establishment and effective operation of World Trade Centers as instruments for trade expansion. The association represents 321 members in 89 countries.
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