CGCC Chicago Chapter Hosted Executive Board Meeting

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CGCC Founded Chicago Chapter and Pin Ni was Elected to be the Chairman


The president of Wanxiang America Corporation, Pin Ni

July 1, 2015 Chicago, IL , CGCC Chicago Chapter hosted executive board meeting – at the Consulate General of the PRC in Chicago, IL. The inaugural meeting was attended by representatives from 22 Chinese enterprises in Midwestern United States. The president of Wanxiang America Corporation, Pin Ni chaired the meeting.

According to Chairman Ni, 20 years ago, you could hardly find any Chinese enterprises in Chicago. Yet within this two decades, the development of Chinese economy is on par with the substantial improvements in China – U.S. relationship. In fact, Chinese enterprises could seize lots of opportunities in the States if they fully exploit their comparative advantages, which could further benefit bilateral relations.

Consul General of the PRC in Chicago, Weiping Zhao, was also present at the meeting. The meeting is catching the right time while China is experiencing deep reform. Chinese enterprises will have a broader landscape for development in the U.S. due to continuous consolidation of China – U.S. trade relations. As he remarked.

Vice Chairman and Secretary General of CGCC Chicago Chapter, President of Bank of China Chicago Branch, Kefei Xu delivered congratulation on behalf of CGCC Chairman Chen Xu, who expected that the Chicago Chapter would elevate China – U.S. economic and trade relations to a higher level.

According to the Consulate – General of the PRC in Chicago, there’re approximately 170 Chinese enterprises in 9 states of Midwestern United States.

Founded in 2005, the China General Chamber of Commerce – U.S.A. (CGCC) is a nonprofit organization representing Chinese enterprises in the United States. Our mission is to promote Chinese investment in the U.S., support the legal rights and interests of members, and enhance cooperation between Chinese and U.S. business communities. The CGCC’s extensive membership includes numerous companies from both China and the United States, including thirty-nine Fortune 500 companies.