On May 4, CCCC and the Export-Import
Bank of China (China EXIM
Bank) signed a strategic cooperation agreement worth RMB 200,000 million in Beijing. Under the
agreement, the two sides will forge a solider strategic partnership. Chairman
and Party Secretary Liu Qitao, President Chen Fenjian and Vice President Sun
Ziyu of CCCC; Chairman Hu Xiaolian, President Liu Lian'ge and Vice President
Sun Ping and Yuan Xingyong of China EXIM Bank attended the signing ceremony.
Chen and Liu signed the agreement on behalf of respective sides.
At the signing ceremony, Liu thanked
China EXIM Bank for its strong support to CCCC. The two sides carried out
multi-level cooperation in fields such as foreign economic and trade
development, cross-border investment and "Belt and Road"
construction, and achieved encouraging results, said Liu. Supported by China
EXIM Bank, CCCC will strive to play a more important role in implementing major
national strategies and national economic development, and further show its
responsibility as a central enterprise.
China EXIM Bank will perform its function
as a policy-related bank, promote CCCC's involvement in higher-level foreign
economic cooperation in a broader range, and provide all-round financial support
for CCCC to implement the "Belt and Road" initiative and the strategy
of "Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei integration", said Hu.
The signing of the strategic cooperation agreement
shows the bank's efforts to serve national strategies and support the
construction of the domestic open economy, and will effectively promote CCCC's
foreign economic trade and investment and involvement in international economic
cooperation. Under the agreement, under the principles of "all-round
collaboration, equity and mutual benefit, long stability and common
development", the two sides will carry out business cooperation in fields
such as project development, construction and investment, credit support, information
consultation and trade finance, innovate and upgrade the cooperation model on
this basis, and consolidate the cooperation foundation, so as to better serve the