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CCTV News Broadcast Covered Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee Zhang Dejiang's Inspection on China-Belarus Industrial Park

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    In the evening of 19th, April 2017, CCTV News Broadcast covered Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee Zhang Dejiang's friendly visit to Belarus. During his visit, he inspected China-Belarus Industrial Park Project, of which CAMCE is one of the investor and builder, in the company of Chairman of Council of the Republic Myasnikovich and Chairman of House of Representatives Andreychik of Belarus.

    Chairman Zhang asked about the Park's construction and registered enterprises in detail and underlined to optimize investment environment and mechanism of operation and management. He said much importance should be attached to attract investment and business and encouraged both sides to work hard to make China-Belarus Industrial Park a highlight of cooperation between both sides. 

    Chairman Zhang said China-Belarus Industrial Park is a significant project promoted by two Heads of State in person in his meeting with Belarusian Premier Kobyakov, and both sides should take this opportunity to deepen pragmatic cooperation in all areas. Premier Kobyakov said Belarus pays high attention to the Park's construction and is ready to expand investment and trade of advanced technology and high added-value products to create a favorable cooperation environment for both sides.

    China-Belarus Industrial Park is the biggest overseas industrial park for China as well as the biggest investment attraction project for Belarus. President Xi Jinping and President Alexander Lukashenko agree that the construction of China-Belarus Industrial Park is a key for bilateral cooperation and will make the Park a pearl of Silk Road Economic Belt. This May marks 2 years' anniversary for the Park's construction. As a pearl on the Silk Road Economic Belt, China-Belarus Industrial Park is showing its tremendous development potential and writing a new chapter for bilateral cooperation as a batch of enterprises begin their construction and operation in the Park. 

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