HomeEconomyGovernor of La Guaira held a meeting with the Minister of Commerce of China

Governor of La Guaira held a meeting with the Minister of Commerce of China

Delegations from China and Turkey will arrive in June and August to refine projects within the framework of the Special Economic Zones

The governor of La Guaira, José Alejandro Terán and the Minister of International Trade of the People's Republic of China, Wang Shouwen, held a meeting at the Guipuzcoan House of La Guaira, as part of the strategic relations between China and Venezuela.

Governor Terán indicated that of the 160.000 million dollars that China invests in the world, he hopes that a part of that investment will reach Venezuela and therefore La Guaira, due to its potential and geographical location, according to a press release.

“This visit will deepen economic cooperation between China and Venezuela, within the framework of the Special Economic Zone (EEZ),” said the Governor of La Guaira.

Present during the meeting were the ambassador of the People's Republic of China, Lan HU; the Sole Authority of the Special Economic Zones of La Guaira, Marcos Meléndez; the Secretary of Government, Daniel Mata; and the president of the Legislative Council of La Guaira, Yubizai Córdoba.

During the meeting they will address topics such as the productive development of La Guaira and the promotion of the EEZ that will accelerate the arrival of investments from China, "to generate employment, stimulate scientific and technological development and of course human well-being," said Terán.

Visit of businessmen.
Governor Terán announced the arrival of a delegation of businessmen from China and Turkey for the months of June and August, to refine projects within the framework of the SEZs, with whom they have already signed letters of intent during their visit to the city of Shenzhen, in China, last April.
"Legal certainty, justice, and tax incentives are guaranteed so that light industries can be installed from China here in La Guaira and we can supply the national market, substitute imports, but above all earn foreign exchange through exports made from the port on the central coast of the country to Central America, the Caribbean and South America,” said Terán.

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