Chairman Liu Guoqiang visited projects in Nepal, Malaysia and Cambodia

Source: SCIG Date: Dec 8, 2017 0
Chairman Liu Guoqiang visited projects in Nepal, Malaysia and Cambodia
Chairman Liu Guoqiang visited projects in Nepal, Malaysia and Cambodia
Chairman Liu Guoqiang visited projects in Nepal, Malaysia and Cambodia
Chairman Liu Guoqiang visited projects in Nepal, Malaysia and Cambodia
Chairman Liu Guoqiang visited projects in Nepal, Malaysia and Cambodia

Under the approval from the CPC Sichuan Provincial Committee and the Sichuan Provincial Government, a SCIG delegation, led by chairman Liu Guoqiang visited the company’s hydropower project in Nepal, the power generation and medical care programs in Malaysia, and the hydropower and coal-fired power generation projects in Cambodia from Nov. 20 to Dec. 1 in 2017.

During the visit, the chairman met with Yu Hong, the Chinese ambassador to Nepal, Peng Wei, political counsel at the Chinese Embassy in Nepal, TUN S. SAMYVELLU, Malaysia’s special envoy to South Asia, Liow Tiong Lai, the Malaysia transport minister, Xiong Bo, Chinese ambassador to Cambodia, among other senior leaders in the three countries. They had discussed on business environment, as well as the outlook and risks of the investment projects.

During his visit in Nepal, Liu made a field trip to the site of the expected hydropower station and listened to the preliminary planning of the project. On Nov. 22, the Chuantou International Nepal Hydropower Co-development Company was launched in Nepal. During the launching ceremony, Liu called for all stakeholders of the project to enhance synergy and complementarities so as to achieve win-win resolution. The launch of the joint venture marks the success of SCIG’s first overseas investment project.

Liu also listened to the report of other projects’ preliminary development as well as the characteristics of each country. He stressed to accelerate the development of Nepal’s hydropower project, Malaysia’s power generation project and the medical care project, as well as Cambodia’s hydropower and coal-fired power generation projects.

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