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Changsha, China and Nagoya, Japan Auto Parts Suppliers Investment Seminar Opens in Japan

Updated: 2019-04-16

On April 10, the Changsha, China and Nagoya, Japan Auto Parts Suppliers Investment Seminar was held in Nagoya, Japan. Hu Henghua, CPC Hunan Provincial Committee Standing Committee member and CPC Changsha Municipal Committee secretary; and Sun Zhiyong, deputy consul general of the People's Republic of China in Nagoya, attended and spoke to the seminar.

The event was sponsored by the Changsha Municipal People’s Government and undertaken by the Management Committee of Changsha Economic and Technological Development Zone (CETDZ). It aims to promote in-depth economic and trade exchanges and cooperation between Changsha and Japan and contribute to the China-Japan exchanges and cooperation.

Recently, Changsha has become an important part contributing to China's automobile industry. In particular, in line with the intelligent and environmentally-friendly development trends of the automobile industry, Changsha has developed the advanced energy storage materials and new energy equipment industries.

CETDZ has gathered a number of outstanding Japanese enterprises, such as Gac Mitsubishi Motors, Sumitomo Rubber Industries, and Hunan Xiangjiang Kansai Paint.

Hu Henghua welcomed the distinguished guests. He said that for a long time, Changsha and Japan have maintained a good cooperative relationship. Japanese-funded enterprises have become an important force in Changsha’s economic development, and a witness to Changsha’s favorable business environment and huge development potential. Japanese entrepreneurs are welcome to invest and start businesses in Changsha. In particular, he hoped to deepen cooperation with Japanese enterprises in automobile and parts industrial layout, and intelligent and environmentally-friendly automobiles. The CPC Changsha Municipal Committee and the Changsha Municipal People’s Government will provide better services for them.

Four Japanese enterprises, including Hayashi Telempu and TACHI-S, signed agreements with CETDZ that day, becoming the first Japanese enterprises to enter the Gac Mitsubishi Auto Parts Industrial Park.

Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: wqb.changsha.gov.cn