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ICCSL meets new Chinese Economic Counsellor

ICCSL officials with Economic and Commercial Counsellor Li Guangjun of the Chinese Embassy and Attaché Zhu Min
ICCSL officials with Economic and Commercial Counsellor Li Guangjun of the Chinese Embassy and Attaché Zhu Min

The International Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka(ICCSL) met with the new Economic and Commercial Counsellor Li Guangjun of the Chinese Embassy and Attaché Zhu Min this week to discuss travel and trade restrictions for business visitors to China, carnet issuance, potential business opportunities, exhibitions and areas for business cooperation.

The Counsellor reiterated that China is hopeful of normalcy in the fourth quarter 2021. The International Chamber of Commerce works with business groups worldwide including ICC China to represent the voice of businesses at the intergovernmental level, the United Nations and World Trade Organization.

The International Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1919, is the world’s largest business organization with a network of over 45 million members in more than 130 countries. ICC works to champion evidence-based policies to shape the multilateral trade and investment agenda as a driver of growth, jobs and development.ICC Paris is represented in Sri Lanka by ICCSL Dinesh Weerakkody Chairman ICCSL, Ranjith Fernando COO ICCSL and officials from the National Gem & Jewellery Authority Amal Thennakoon Director and Ayoma Dias Assistant Director participated in the discussion.