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The New York In China Center Leads The US "New Majority Alliance" Delegation To China

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With the support of the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in New York, the New York in China Center has been invited by the All China Federation of Industry and Commerce to lead the US "New Majority Alliance" delegation in visits to Beijing, Xi'an, and Shanghai from September 8th to 17th.

The delegation will meet with government leaders and representatives of the business community in China to have discussions over the topics including Sino-US technological innovation, business development, friendship agreements and other projects.

The "New Majority" delegation will be led by Mr. John Wang, President of the New York in China Center. Other members of the delegation include: Rose E. Rodriguez, Chief Diversity Officer, NYS Governor's Office, Wanda B. Silva, Press Secretary of Office of the Bronx Borough President, Olga Tirado, Executive Director of the Bronx Tourism Council, Krishna Patel, General Counsel of Grace Farms Foundation, Jose Calderon, President of the Hispanic Federation, Inc., Michael Chen, CEO of Chen & Associates, Clayton Banks, CEO of Silicon Harlem, Ron Busby, President of the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. and Scott Wang, Business Development Manager of the New York in China Center, The New York in China Center and the "New Majority Alliance" delegation hope to investigate the Chinese market to understand business development, explore opportunities for cooperation, and view this as a chance to build communication channels and networks for Chinese companies who are looking for development in the United States.

Meanwhile, it also hopes to guide Chinese companies in understanding the concept of "New Majority" and help them to develop the best strategy and right direction to enter the US market.

The website of the New York in China Cente can be accessed here.

 

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