Nansha seeks business opportunities in Israel, Portugal, and Sweden

BY :eguangzhou.gov.cn

UPDATED :March 21, 2019


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Cai Chaolin, Party chief of Guangzhou's Nansha district, recently led a delegation to Israel, Portugal, and Sweden, seeking to enhance cooperation with governments, enterprises, innovation incubators, and entrepreneur associations in said countries.

The delegation meets with Rita Marques Guedes (L2). [Photo/gznsnews.com]

In Israel, the delegation visited world-renowned technology innovation incubators such as DayDayUp and the Techcode Israel China Innovation Center. They held discussions with a number of companies and investment funds to learn about Israel's scientific and technological innovations related to AI and biology. The two parties intended to form either a mutual cooperation platform or an innovation incubator. 

In Portugal, Cai and his delegation visited the Cascais city hall and met with Rita Marques Guedes, co-chair assistant of the International Finance Forum (IFF). Guedes expressed her support for Nansha's proposal of building an industrial park for Portuguese-speaking countries. She also said she would like to help promote cooperation between Nansha and Portuguese-speaking countries.

The delegation tours a Swedish auto-parts company. [Photo/gznsnews.com]

The delegation visits Mobileye, developer of the famous pilot system ADAS. [Photo/gznsnews.com]

In Sweden, the delegation attended some special sessions where they talked with a number of key Swedish auto-part firms, such as Elways, Mimer IT, DXC Global, and AF Industry AB.

Cai said that Nansha would provide support for innovative Swedish enterprises looking to set up R&D and manufacturing operations in Nansha. Already home to a number of intelligent electric vehicle R&D and manufacturing centers and industrial clusters, the district aims to transform itself into a hub for auto scientists, as well as a global sci-tech innovation center.

Source: eguangzhou.gov.cn
Editor: Molly Wong