Member ID:
Stay logged in for 30 days
Forget Your Password?

login CCFGroup App

Economy | Time: Nov 26 2019 2:39PM
Chinese firms sign $184m deals to purchase goods from Laos
Text size
KUNMING - Chinese companies signed contracts worth 1.3 billion yuan ($184 million) to purchase goods, mainly agricultural products, from their Laos counterparts.

The deals were signed as the 2019 Sino-Laos Investment Fair concluded Friday in Kunming, capital of Southwest China's Yunnan province.

A seminar was held on the same day to introduce policy advantages and the investment environment of Laos. Investment intents were also signed at the event, centering on tourism, infrastructure development and agricultural technology, according to the organizers.

The event attracted more than 200 officials and entrepreneurs from both countries, seeking cooperation in trade and investment.

Source: Xinhua
Related Articles
Latest on the novel coronavirus outbreak (Jul 9, 2020)
China's consumer price index up 2.5% in June
Xinjiang's electricity transmission increases by 53.9% in H1
China's economy to expand in Q2: experts
China goods, services trade surplus tops 420b yuan
China's central bank skips reverse repos
Central bank cuts interest rates to boost real economy
China's central bank to lower refinancing, rediscount rates
Brazil's oil output grows by 7.8 pct in 2019
UK PM unveils 5-bln-pound plan to fuel economic recovery
Analysis on production changes of global major cotton ...
Analysis on spandex for ear bands for masks in 2020
Analysis on spandex industry supply and demand
Recent coal-based MEG market overview and outlook
Polyester and downstream market operation and outlook
PTA: Impact of capacity expansion cycle and cost collapse