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Seeking Cooperation and development for mutual benefits between Massachusetts and China
2019/01/01

On December 17, Consul General Huang Ping met with the Deputy Governor of Massachusetts, Karyn Polito in Boston. The two sides exchanged views on expanding exchanges and cooperation with China and promoting the stable development of Sino-US relations. Nam Pham, deputy director of the Massachusetts Department of Commerce, Sullivan, director of the Trade and Investment Bureau, Gene Hartigan, former chairman of the Republican Party, and deputy consul general Qian Jin, attended the meeting.

Huang Ping said that this is the first time I have visited a district outside New York since I took office. The advantages of Massachusetts' medical, education, science and technology, and clean energy industries are outstanding, which is highly complementary with China's innovation and development strategy. I am full of expectations for further expansion of exchanges and cooperation between Massachusetts and China. Not long ago, the meeting between the president of China and the president of the United States achieved positive results in Argentina. In the next stage, the Consulate General in New York will implement the consensus of the two presidents, actively promote exchanges and cooperation between the consular area and China in various fields, safeguard the stable development of bilateral relations, and benefit the people of two nations.

Polito said that Massachusetts acknowledges great importance to relations with China. Chinese-funded enterprises have made important contributions to the economic development of Massachusetts. The cooperation between the two sides has a good foundation and it is hoped that both sides will find more space for cooperation. Although the US-China relationship currently faces some challenges, it is believed that the two sides can overcome difficulties through joint efforts and push bilateral relations to continue to develop. Massachusetts is willing to make active efforts to this end.

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