“China is the world's largest exporting nation. And you can basically not have a significant global presence if you are not present in China, ” Maersk North Asia Chief Representative Jens Eskelund believed that the Chinese market is crucial for global shipping and logistics companies.Having lived in China for 25 years, Eskelund also has his own observations on China's 45 years ofReform and Opening-up.
At the China International Supply Chain Expo, Gabriel Vieira de Souza, vice Governor of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, spoke about the friendship between Chinese and Brazilian people. “We have a lot of Chinese living there in Brazil and a lot of Brazilian people living here in China.” He also told us that they have been investing so much with Chinese some partners to improve green energy production
"Hopefully this will be an annual event or at least a biannual event, attracting more foreigners to come to China and see how wonderful and how open the societies are, and they are open for business,” Rickard Ingvarsson, Scan Global Logistics's Asian CEO said at the China International Supply Chain Expo.
“We hope first for a global goal to triple renewable energy; Second, to double the energy efficiency rate by 2030 and third to phase out fossil fuel,” Elena Finckh, Energy Counsellor of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in China, emphasized Germany and the EU’s proposal when she talked about the COP28.
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“This import fair China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai is another sign of China's economic development,” said Carsten B. Thøgersen.
“That's the way how we can build the future together that brings peace to the world. ” Professor Ingolf Thuesen from the University of Copenhagen talked about international cultural exchanges during an academic seminar held in Beijing , “We must build bridges, not trenches. ”When it comes to the Belt and Road Initiative, Professor Thuesen said it's not only about trade,“It's also about being a human
“Many people will say there's a classical period and then a modern period.” Anne Wedell-Wedellsborg said.
China has become more progressive on environmental policy, said Jørgen Delman, Professor of the University of Copenhagen, adding that China is on the way to a green transition.
Erik Solheim, former Under-Secretary-General of the UN & Executive Director of the UNEP, and former Norwegian Minister of the Environment and International Development, made a speech at the Inter-Civilizational Communication and Global Development Forum.