Canada Asia Business Network

September 05, 2012 10:41 ET

Canada Asia Business Network Speaks With Chinese Government Delegates on Canadian Investment Environment

RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 5, 2012) - Canada Asia Business Network (CABN) was honored to be invited to present at the Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China's Investment Environment and Project Promotion Conference. The delegation group included the Commerce Department of Shandong province, the Commerce Department of Hubei province, the Commerce Department of Qingdao, the Commerce Department of Langfang, the Shanghai Foreign Investment Promotion Center and Guiyang Economic Development.

"We are very delighted to have Mr. Tommy Yuan from Canada Asia Business Network with us, to share with you valuable insights and answer any questions," says the Chinese Consul Mr. Dang. "CABN has sophisticated investment knowledge in this segment of industry, and they have successfully facilitates many projects in recent years."

With the Chinese delegate's requests, Canada Asia Business Network introduced a few exceptional and unique investment opportunities, such as the innovative Track Inspection Vehicle and Pupil Damage Drug Test, which are all well received.

"I hope this presentation can help you," says Tommy Yuan, Canada Asia Business Network's President & CEO. "To understand the economic cooperation environment between Canada and Asia, especially China. The current competitive global economy has created new economic and investment opportunities from which both the Canadian and Chinese parties will benefit. Our all-round services had strategically helped closed a BC gold mine acquisition and a dental manufacturing partnership recently. CABN is here to provide comprehensive services in the aspect of Cultural and Business Exchange for both sides."

About Canada Asia Business Network:

Canada Asia Business Network specializes in helping small and medium sized Canadian enterprises understand the Asian business milieu and surmount potential barriers as they pursue opportunities regarding Chinese investors, partners or markets.

CABN provide customized consultation services and programs - all tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual company.

For more information on Canada Asia Business Network, please visit www.canadaasiabusiness.com.

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