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Charge d'Affaires a.i. Zhu Qin Meets with Ma Youli, President of the Macao Chamber of Commerce

On February 1, Charge d'Affaires a.i. Zhu Qin met with Ma Youli, President of the Macao Chamber of Commerce and his group, at the Chinese Embassy.

Zhu briefed the guests on the latest development of China-UK relations, saying that the 19th National Congress of the CPC outlined a new blueprint for the development of China and injected new impetus into the bilateral relations. Although Brexit brings some uncertainties, the fundamentals of China-UK relations remain unchanged. Both sides are committed to enhancing the "Golden Era" of China-UK ties. British Prime Minister May is paying an official visit to China now, and the leaders of both countries have reached an important consensus on further deepening exchanges and cooperation in various fields. China-UK relations are facing new opportunities for development.

Zhu noted that the Macao Chamber of Commerce has a fine tradition of patriotism, loving the motherland and Macao. He expressed the hope that the Chamber will carry forward its tradition in a new era and forge ahead to strengthen the economic and trade cooperation and personnel exchanges between Macao and Britain, and between Macao and Europe so as to make new contribution to the development of China-UK and China-EU relations.

President Ma talked about the development of Macao and the Macao Chamber of Commerce, saying that under the support of the Central Government, the Macao Special Administrative Region grasped the opportunities, such as the Belt and Road Initiative, the construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, to give full play to its own advantages and expand its special industries, all of which promised a broad prospects for Macao. The Chamber will continue to actively participate in the economic and social development of Macao, enhance exchanges with other countries, expand Macao's business opportunities with Britain and Europe, and make unremitting efforts to realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.

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