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Ambassador Lu Shaye Attends CCBC's 39th AGM

Ambassador Lu Shaye attended Canada China Business Council’s (CCBC) 39th Annual General Meeting and Policy Conference on September 21th in Toronto and delivered a speech. Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau delivered a speech through video. Attendees included Minister of International Trade François-Philippe Champagne of Canada, Minister of Small Business and Tourism Bardish Chagger of Canada, Canadian Ambassador to China John McCallum, Mayor of Toronto John Tory, Consul General in Toronto He Wei and Minister Counsellor (Economic& Commercial Affairs) Xia Xiang.

Ambassador Lu said in the speech and the interviews that China’s economy has entered a new developing phase since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Today, China has great influence on the whole world in various aspects. China-Canada relations enjoy a sound momentum. Through a series of dialogues and meetings, we have enhanced bilateral cooperation in global governance issues such as maintaining globalization, promoting free trade and fighting climate change, and improved the level of bilateral economic and trade cooperation and of cultural communication. The remarkable 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China is approaching. At that time, China will achieve the first Centennial goal and embark on a new Five-Year Plan. China hopes to cooperate with Canada in both politics and business and promote our bilateral relations for greater development in the new era.

Ambassador Lu also visited Toronto Stock Exchange and LAVALIN Candu Energy Inc. and listened to their introductions on their development and cooperation with Chinese enterprises.

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