Named "Guangzhou, Flower City in Bloom", city promo video of Guangzhou started displaying on the "China Screen" at New York Time Square on March 11, local time.
The 30-second promo video features the beauty, energy, openness and amity of international metropolis Guangzhou through a series of Guangzhou elements, including city flower kapok, world-renowned landmark building Canton Tower, Pazhou Complex, and Nansha Port. It will be played with a certain frequency around the clock until March 17.
From March 13 to 14, local time, Guangzhou will hold roadshows for 2017 Fortune Global Forum in New York and Washington D.C. respectively, introducing the city to the representatives of Fortune 500 enterprises in the U.S.A.
It is learned that Cai Chaolin, deputy mayor of Guangzhou, will lead the representatives of leading enterprises from innovative technology, finance, e-business and automobile in Guangzhou to partake in the roadshows. They will meet with the former dignitaries of US Commerce Department and executives of leading enterprises in U.S.A., such as GE and Goldman Sachs, to talk about the openness and innovation of business environment.
Apart from two roadshows, Guangzhou will announce the establishment of its representative offices in Silicon Valley and Boston. This is the first time Guangzhou municipal government sets up agencies overseas. These agencies will serve as a "specially appointed envoy" and a bridge on exchanges and cooperation on technological innovation, scientists, and scientific projects.
(by Monica, newsgd.com)
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