Chongqing - Chongqing-Taiwan Week, now in its 15th edition, is set to be held from September 11 to 15 in Chongqing.
Under the theme of Sharing New Opportunities, Forging New Development, this year's Chongqing-Taiwan Week has been organized into four major categories comprising a total of 19 events.
Among these are five key events, including meetings between city committee leaders and prominent guests, a welcome banquet, the grand opening ceremony, project signings, and keynote speeches.
Additionally, there will be five economic and trade exchange activities, featuring seminars on cross-strait information and communication cooperation, discussions on the operation and development of Taiwan-funded enterprises, youth exchange activities between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait in Chongqing, an exploration of Taiwan-funded support for the construction of the Cross-Strait Industrial Cooperation Zone in Chongqing, and the second Hong Kong, Macao and Overseas Taiwanese Businessmen's Visit to Chongqing activity.
This year's event is more targeted, primarily aimed at inviting guests from Taiwan. It also aims to be more effective, with the signing of important Taiwan-funded projects during the opening ceremony, showcasing the fruitful results of this year's cross-strait economic and trade cooperation.
There are currently ten planned signing projects involving nine districts and open platforms, with a total investment of RMB 11.635 billion (USD 1.58 billion). The event will also revolve around the new requirements and construction of the new Chongqing in the new era and the development of the Chengdu-Chongqing economic circle. It will feature keynote speeches by renowned experts from both sides of the Taiwan Strait, contributing to the significant presence of Taiwan-funded enterprises in the region.
Chongqing-Taiwan Week is designed to be more inclusive, emphasizing the proactive involvement of districts and counties, with various sub-events being organized at the local level.
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