Pangoal Institution was invited to the welcome dinner of China-Vietnam Bilateral Trade and Investment Fair
Pangoal Institution was invited to the welcome dinner of China-Vietnam Bilateral Trade and Investment Fair

Vietnam is one of the most important neighbors of China. In recent years, Vietnam’s economy has developed rapidly with hugely improved structure and quality. Today, Sino-Vietnamese trade and investment cooperation are at its best in history. Vietnam has become one of China's top ten export destinations and has become China's largest trading partner in ASEAN.

    On March 24th, Wang Yue, the Deputy Secretary of Pangoal Institution, was invited to participate in the China-Vietnam Bilateral Trade and Investment Fair hosted by the China Business Federation, co-organized by the Vietnamese Embassy in China and the China-ASEAN Business Council. The ambassador to China, Dang Minh Khoi, exchanged views on topics such as Sino-Vietnamese bilateral trade and business cooperation.

    At the welcome dinner, Secretary Wang introduced the development history and research activities of Pangoal Institution to Ambassador Dang along with the briefing of Pangoal’s efforts to promote industrial cooperation. Wang said that as a representative of Chinese non-governmental think tanks, Pangoal Institution is very interested in the rapid development of Vietnam's economy and society and hopes to strengthen communication and cooperation with Vietnam and use the power of non-governmental exchanges to pave the way for the cooperation between the two countries to help China and Vietnam.


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"The China-Vietnam Bilateral Business Investment Cooperation Series” was held from March 25 to March 29, 2019. During the event, three major cities including Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen were selected to hold fair of investment and trade between China and Vietnam. These fairs aim to encourage Chinese firms to invest in Vietnam and attract Vietnam’s projects by showing high-quality business projects in both countries, facilitating the development of bilateral investment between China and Vietnam.


    The Center for Southeast Asian Studies at Pangoal Institution actively organizes and participates in research activities to encourage Chinese enterprises to “go global” and help deepen the exchange and cooperation between China and ASEAN countries. On May 30th, Xu Qingqi, the former director of the Central Research Office of Malaysian Justice Party, visited Pangoal Institution and discussed with other scholars on the promotion of the infrastructure project and enterprise cooperation under the flag of the “Belt and Road Initiative”. On September 26, Ms. Chen Shuxin, the deputy director of the Singapore Embassy in China, visited the Pangoal Institution and exchanged views on Sino-Singapore relations with Pangoal’s scholars. On December 29th, the former president of the Malaysian MCA and the former Minister of Communications of Malaysia, Ong Tee Keat, visited Pangoal Institution, and Mr. Yi Peng, Chairman of Pangoal Institution, Wang Yue, Deputy Secretary of Pangoal Institution, and Deputy Director of Southeast Asian Studies at Xijing College, Ren Changjiang, and other experts and scholars exchanged ideas on Sino-Malaysian think tanks cooperation centered on the “Belt and Road Initiative”.





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