On invitation of World Trade Center Association (WTCA), the delegation of World Trade Center (WTC) Kunming went to Xiamen to attend to the 17th China International Fair for Investment and Trade (CIFIT for short) from September 8 to 11 in 2013. The CIFIT is the only international investment promotion activity which aims at promoting two-way investment currently.
As a strategic partner, WTCA launched the 2nd WTCA China Forum and set up a WTCA exhibition hall on the site of CIFIT. Ghazi Abu Nahl, chairman of the Board of WTCA, and Eric Dahl, CEO thereof, attended to a series of themed activities with more than 120 representatives from 26 WTCs.
At 14:00 on September 8, members of delegations of WTCs from various cities held a meeting on 4th floor of Kempinski Hotel in Yuanchang, Xiamen. All delegation members were brought together to exchange their successful experience on development and operation and deeply discuss the development thoughts on WTC.
In the future, the parties would strengthen communication and increase opportunities for mutual visit to create more development. After the meeting, the members of Kunming WTC delegation visited the digit platform of WTCA to watch the functional display of the platform and discuss the development prospects thereof with representatives interactively.
At 9:00 on September 9, they attended to the 2nd WTCA China Forum, in which Ghazi Abu Nahl, chairman of the Board of WTCA, and Lin Yifu, professor of National School of Development at Peking University, gave a keynote speech, discussing the China’s current economic reform and trade development and other topics in detail. The China Forum in this CIFIT aimed at strengthening communication and establishing cooperation relationship between WTCs to learn from the successful mode of WTC operation.
With the help of such platforms like WTCA China Forum, the WTCs will be integrated. Exchange and mutual visit will be enhanced accordingly. It is believed that Kunming WTC will get more successful operation experience and its regional influence will be increased.