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Bharath: T&T eyes deals in China

 China has great potential for opening new markets for Trinidad and Tobago’s manufacturers and service providers and this country is determined to ensure that its economic horizon expands to the Far East.

This according to Trade Minister Vasant Bharath yesterday as he delivered an address at the opening of the first Business Forum held at the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) hosted by invesTT in Beijing, China.  

The Business Forum, the first of three to be held in China this week, attracted some 140 Chinese businessmen and investors, the Ministry of Trade said.  

“We believe that joint ventures and strategic alliances will be important modes of engagement for our firms for increasing their competitiveness and developing new products. Likewise your firms can benefit by using Trinidad and Tobago’s strategic location to access the enormous markets within the Americas,” Bharath said.

Two more meetings are scheduled to be held in Shanghai tomorrow and in Guangzhou on Friday.

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