Sino-Japanese Entrepreneurs'Dialogue

Added On December 6, 2017

The third round of Sino-Japanese Entrepreneurs and Former High-level Officials Dialogue  has  been held in Tokyo.
During the meeting, participants exchanged views on new ideas of economic and trade cooperation, with the focus on trade, investment and industry cooperation as well as third-party market exploration.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attended a reception of the dialogue Monday evening.
Abe said  Japan and China are close neighbors, and the two sides have reached an agreement on consolidating and enhancing the momentum for improvement in bilateral ties, deepening bilateral and multilateral cooperation in various areas.
He said the dialogue is playing a more and more important role in promoting pragmatic cooperation between the two sides.
Zeng Peiyan, former Chinese vice premier and Chairman of China Center for International Economic Exchanges, said he hoped that the two sides could further enhance mutual trust and create a better political environment for bilateral economic and trade cooperation.
The dialogue, held in Japan and China alternatively, is aimed at enhancing mutual trust and understanding between entrepreneurs of the two countries and providing positive energy for bilateral relations.