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Shanghai Free Trade Zone Delegation Visits Burgas Port

Shanghai Free Trade Zone delegation visits Burgas port

Source: Port of Burgas
Burgas, Bulgaria (PortSEurope) June 20, 2018 – On Friday, June 15, 2018, a meeting was held in Burgas between Li Jiaozzi, Deputy Director of the Administration of China’s Shanghai Free Trade Zone, and a number of local representatives to explore Burgas port investment opportunities. The meeting included: a fifteen-member delegation led by Sevdalina Tourmanova, Deputy Regional Governor of Burgas Regional Administration; Krasimir Stoychev, Deputy Mayor
of Burgas Municipality; representatives of the Centre for Promotion of Cooperation in Agriculture between China and the Central and Eastern European Countries (CSSCCCI); Port of Burgas EAD; Port Infrastructure State Enterprise; Free Industrial Zone; Industrial and Logistics Park Bourgas AD; Port Bulgaria West; Dockyard Port Bourgas AD; TIC Bourgas and NSRF. At the meeting Li presented the policies of Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTA) and investment opportunities within the area. On the Bulgarian side, presentations were made by Dian Dimov, Executive Director of Port Bourgas EAD; Mr. Ivaylo Ivanov, State Enterprise Port Infrastructure; Petya Mavrova, Marketing Director at Free Zone and Stamen Stamov, Industrial and Logistics Park Bourgas AD. At the end of the meeting the possibilities for cooperation with Port Bourgas EAD were discussed, as well as the opportunities for development of the project “16 + 1 Logistic hub and Pavilion for e-commerce with agricultural and other products”. The Chinese delegation also promoted the upcoming first China Southeast International Exhibition of Import ( in Shanghai, in November 5-10, 2018. Source: Burgas Port Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2018.

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