2023 Future Foreign Trade Conference-Africa Market

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2023 Future Foreign Trade Conference-Africa Market

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September, it was guided by the Commercial Industry Committee of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (hereinafter referred to as the “CCPIT”), co-organized by the Guangdong Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export, Shenzhen Branch of the Bank of China, China Trade News, DHL Express, Google Ads, and the cross-border e-commerce platform TikTok Shop With the support of Temu, DSers, etc., the “2023 Future Foreign Trade Conference” hosted by XTransfer was successfully held in Guangzhou, the important foreign trade town in China.

 

Qiu Zhaoxian, member of the Party Leadership Group and Vice Chairman of the Guangdong Council for the Promotion of International Trade, explained Guangdong’s foreign trade performance. “From January to July this year, Guangdong withstood the impact of multiple unfavorable factors such as sluggish external market demand, and its export scale hit a record high for the same period in history, playing the role of ‘ballast stone’ in stabilizing foreign trade across the country. Trade represented by cross-border e-commerce New business formats have also become a new growth pole for Guangdong’s foreign trade.” When talking about how the Provincial Council for the Promotion of International Trade helps Guangdong’s foreign trade enterprises to expand their business, President Qiu said: “The future trade model will inevitably continue to develop towards digitalization and greening. As the largest trade association in the province, The International Trade and Investment Promotion Agency will make efforts in many aspects such as helping enterprises seize the RCEP dividends, strengthening foreign-related commercial legal services, optimizing overseas economic and trade promotion networks to help Guangdong enterprises “go global”, and assisting foreign trade enterprises in seizing digital opportunities and promoting Enterprises’ international compliance operations contribute to trade promotion.”

 

Mr. Ibrahim Akopari Ahmed, Investment and Trade Officer of the Consulate General of Nigeria in Guangzhou, introduced Nigeria’s business environment and the development of various industries in detail to the companies present. He said that Nigeria, as the largest economy in Africa, very much welcomes Chinese companies to expand their business. The Nigerian government will provide full support to enterprises to develop their business locally through a number of preferential policies. Solar and Wind are the best investment. Nigeria lies within a high sunshine belt and is thus endowed with enormous solar energy potential. Resources in the northern Nigeria provide for large scale solar investment opportunity. Nigeria also possesses favorable wind resources that can be utilized for power generation. Onshore wind power is available in central Nigeria

 

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