CNI held Interaction With CCPIT

ViceChairManCCPITMrDongSonggenVPMr.AnujKAgrawalVPMr.SatishKMore,VPMr.ManojKedia VPMr.AnujKAgrawalpresentingMementotoViceChairmanMr.DongSonggen

Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI), the apex body of Nepalese Industrial community, have an interaction meeting with a delegation of Chinese Council for Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) at Kathmandu on March 04, 2013. The interaction has recognized immense possibilities of improving economic and commercial ties between The People Republic of China and Nepal. While speaking in the program members of both the parties agreed to identify Investment and Business potentialities in Nepal in the near future to promote the Investment and business potentialities of both of the countries.

Appreciating that economic and trade relations have to be forced within the framework of laws and regulations in the concerned Countries, the parties will exchange regularly market information about the economic development of Turkey and Nepal to open up further change for increasing exchange of trade between the concerned countries," said CNI Vıce-President Anuj Agrawal, adding that this activity will serve expansion of economic and industrial cooperation between the enterprises and organization of Nepal and China.

The parties will organize joint meetings of their representatives in China and Nepal respectively," said Mr Dong Songgen, Vive-Chairman of CCPIT, "the interaction will help visits of commercial and economic delegations between the countries," adding that the parties will do their best for the realization of business contacts. The parties in the interest of their members, will exchange market information. Publication on the existing laws and regulations about foreign trade and investment should be provided by both parties.

The director general of department of legal affairs of China said the government of China will consider the trade and investment related barries that the Nepali exporters have been facing while exporting nepali products which have entitled to get duty free access in Chinese Market. CNI Vice president Satish Kumar Moore and Manoj Kedia were also sharing their view in the interaction. They requested the Chinese delegation to promote the Chinese investment in Nepal without hesitation