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High-tech talks lead to business openings for CBBC delegates in Changsha

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A number of British companies entered talks with counterparts in South-West China following a CBBC delegation to Changsha led by Executive Director Jeff Astle. The CBBC members' visit included meetings with top Chinese multinationals Zoomlion and Wasion, the two largest companies in the Changsha High-Tech Zone.
CBBC delegates speak to the Vice-Director of Changsha High-Tech Zone
The delegation was received by the zone's Vice-Director, Mo Yiping, and members attended lunch with Party Committee Secretary Luo Shehui. Delegates also met the zone’s Administrative Committee.
Law firms and hotel groups on the delegation discovered openings during the talks and are now in discussion with their Chinese counterparts about further cooperation.
The delegation met successful companies in Changsha High-Tech Zone 
The Vice Secretary-General of Changsha Municipal Government received the CBBC delegation at a meeting which included the city’s Foreign Affairs Office, Department of Commerce and Economic and Information Committee. 
Delegates later visited the two largest companies in the zone. 
Zoomlion is China's largest equipment manufacturer
Zoomlion manufactures high-tech equipment for the agricultural, building, energy, environmental, and transport engineering sectors. It is the largest equipment manufacturer in China and seventh in the world, and was the first Chinese construction machinery company to be listed on both the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges.
Wasion Group supplies energy-measurement instruments, systems and services. Listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 2005, it was China's first professional energy-metering and energy-saving group to be listed outside the mainland.
For more information about CBBC's work in Changsha and South-West China please contact our local representative Miranda Hou: miranda.hou@cbbc.org.cn.
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