PTI China visited the Embassies of Vanuatu, Tonga and Papua New Guinea in China
Pacific Trade Invest China visited the Embassies of Vanuatu, Tonga and Papua New Guinea in China, and exchanged views on the work plan of PTI China on China-Pacific trade, investment, and tourism in the post-epidemic period
PTI China staff with YAO Ruihua, Minister Counsellor, and Stuart Maon, First Secretary, Embassy of The Republic of Vanuatu
Mona Mato, Trade Commissioner of PTI China visited the Embassies of Vanuatu, Tonga and Papua New Guinea in China with Yolanda Jiang, Export Manager, Sherry Sun, Investment Manger, Vivienne Song, Tourism Manger of PTI China office from 16 to 17 October 2020.
PTI China staff with H.E. Mr. Tauaika Utaatu, Ambassador and Tupou Vaipulu, First Secretary, Embassy of the Kingdom of Tonga
The embassies highly affirmed the efforts of PTI China in promoting trade, investment and tourism between China and the Pacific. Especially under the influence of this year’s epidemic, PTI China has formulated a series COVID-19 Support Package Plan for SMEs in the Pacific, including providing support to the establishment of local online market platforms, facilitating Market Access and Import Protocols for PICs enterprises to access to Chinese market, engagement with IPAs on revised investment policies, projects and opportunities, connection between Chinese investors to PI companies, as well facilitating tourism panel section, high-level meeting with airlines, industry seminar, etc. as Tourism-China market recovery plan. In 2021, PTI China and the Embassies will strive together to support the economic recovery of the Pacific Island Countries.
PTI China staff with H.E. Mr. Don Sawong, Ambassador, Mr. Vincent Sumale, Minister, and Farapo Korere, First Secretary, Embassy of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea
In addition, PTI China office also discussed with the Embassies on the status of PICs and China under the influence of the epidemic, the advantageous industries and potential cooperation projects of PICs at the current stage, how to promote the economic recovery work in the future and further develop the e-commerce of Pacific, also including the adjustment of 2021 work plan for the post-epidemic period.
Earlier in October, Mr. Mona Mato, Trade Commissioner of PTI China also met with Mr. Yao Wen, Deputy Director-Generals of the Department of North American and Oceanian Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to exchange the views on the current situation of PICs and China under the influence of epidemic.
Mr. Mato started by analyzing the global economic and trade cooperation in 2021 between China and PICs in the post-epidemic period through the trade statistics in the past years. He shared the hope of promoting the pragmatic cooperation in various fields between the Government Departments and SMEs of PICs and the Chinese Government, investors and importers under the framework of the "Belt and Road"
They discussed on the efficient way to carry out economic recovery work with the joint efforts of China and the Pacific Islands Countries, and came to a consensus on fighting epidemic, economic cooperation and promoting the sustainable development of China-Pacific relations.
Mr. Mona Mato, Trade Commissioner of PTI China and Mr. Yao Wen, Deputy Director-Generals of the Department of North American and Oceanian Affairs.