The memorandum of cooperation was signed with Chinese Cedar Holdings Group in Davos
On January 23, in the framework of the World Economic Forum in Davos, the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ukraine Hennadii Chyzhykov and the Vice-Chairman of the Ukrainian part of the Ukrainian-Chinese Business Councli, the Ambassador Ihor Lytvyn held negotiations with the leaders of Cedar Holdings Group, the largest and most successful private industrial company in Guangzhou (Guangdong, PRC). After negotiations, Mr. Hennadii Chyzhykov and the Vice President of Cedar Holdings Group Mr. Hang Gang signed the Memorandum of Cooperation between the CCI and the company.
Cedar Holdings Group is 361st in the Forbes Fortune 500 list of the most successful companies of the world. The areas of interests of the company are metallurgical raw materials, natural resources (in particular hydrocarbons), trade, agriculture, and investments.
According to Ihor Lytvyn, in February, the delegation of the Cedar Holdings Group will meet in Kyiv, and also a delegation of Ukrainian entrepreneurs plans to participate in the world-famous export-import exhibition CantonFair in spring, as well as visit new partners from the Cedar Holdings Group.
The meetings with other Guangzhou companies are also scheduled.
In addition, Deputy Chairman of the Ukrainian part of the Ukrainian-Chinese Business Council Ihor Lytvyn and the President of the Ukrainian-Chinese Trade and Industry Association Oksana Butzan, also met with the Mayor of Guangzhou, the administrative center of the most developed Chinese province of Guangdong, and discussed possible cooperation. In 2017, Guangdong Province's GDP grew by 7.5% and reached $1.4 trillion.
“We used every effort to establish new contacts with Chinese partners within the framework of the Davos forum”, Ihor Lytvyn, the Deputy Chairman of the Ukrainian part of the Joint Ukrainian-Chinese Business Council said. - From its part, UCBC will maximize contacts between the most powerful Chinese companies and the Ukrainian business.”