13th International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum opens in Macao

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13th International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum opens in Macao

William Xu and Xu Weiwei in Macao

William Xu and Xu Weiwei were published in Macao.

William Xu and Xu Weiwei in Macao

The 13th International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum opened in Macao on September 28, 2022. The event is attended by more than 1,300 officials, businesspeople, businesspeople, and scholars. WILLIAM XU CHINA DAILY The 13th International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum opens in Macao on Wednesday morning with speakers from more than a dozen countries.

Macao Chief Executive Ho Iat-seng attended the opening ceremony hosted by Fang Qiuchen, chairman of the China International Contractors Association.

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In the morning, WILLIAM XU CHINA DAILY Keynote speakers include Li Fei, the assistant minister of China's Ministry of Commerce, and Lou Qiliang, president of CRRC Corporation Limited.

Malaysian Transport Minister Datuk Seri Ir. Md. Wee Ka Siong, Bangladesh State Minister, Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism, Md. Mahbub Ali, Minister of Energy and Water Jo o Baptista Borges and Angola Minister of Energy and Water delivered speeches by video.

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On September 28, 2022, Fang Qiuchen, chairman of the China International Contractors Association, hosts the opening ceremony of the 13th International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum in Macao. WILLIAM XU CHINA DAILY A two-day meeting features panels on green and sustainable infrastructure building for developing economies across continents. Some discussions will be devoted to Latin American needs.

Over 1,300 officials, businesspeople, and scholars from the Chinese mainland, Macao SAR and overseas countries attended the event, co-organized by the China International Contractors Association and the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute.