Deputy PM of NZ Visits Chengdu

Authors: Go Chengdu


Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of New Zealand Bill English visited Chengdu July 15-17 and expressed wishes to strengthen the mutual economic and cultural cooperation between New Zealand and Chengdu.
It was the first visit of Mr. Bill English to the city. “He chose Chengdu because quite a lot of people talking about the development in southwestern China,” said Alistair Crozier, Consul General of the New Zealand Consulate-General in Chengdu.
On July 16, Mr. Bill English visited the Qingbaijiang Railway Container Center in northeastern Chengdu to have an investigation into the city’s logistics industry. He showed great interest in the express railways linking the center to the world and investment policies of Chengdu. “I hope that more products from New Zealand will arrive at the center and reach every corner of China, and I’ll be glad to see products from New Zealand to every household in Chengdu,” he said.
Mr. Bill English also visited ANZ Operations Service Ltd. and Chengdu Planning Exhibition. He said that the visit “confirmed confidence” about Chengdu’s future and the prospect of the cooperation between New Zealand and Sichuan, especially in the fields of high-tech, health care, civil aviation, education, culture and tourism.

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