On April 2, the high-profile "Invest in China" series of activities opened the first overseas prelude of 2024 in Copenhagen - the China-Denmark Business Roundtable was held. At the meeting, Ling Ji, Vice Minister of Commerce and Deputy representative of International Trade Negotiations of China, attended the scene and delivered an important speech. At the same time, Sorensen, CEO of the Federation of Danish Industries, and executives from 15 well-known Danish companies such as Maersk, Novo Nordisk, Novo Singapore Dollar, Danfoss, and Vestas also gathered to participate in the event.



In his speech, Vice Foreign Minister Ling stressed that China's economy has maintained a sound development trend, the long-term sound fundamentals have not changed and remains an important engine for global economic growth. He pointed out that China is committed to cultivating new quality productivity, which will release huge market demand. Danish companies in green energy, intelligent manufacturing, biopharmaceutical, green shipping, and other emerging fields have significant advantages, whether it is a long history and deep-rooted multinational companies in China for many years, or those full of vitality and innovative spirit of the invisible champion enterprises, have great potential for development in China. He earnestly hoped that Danish enterprises could seize the opportunity to actively invest in China and share the dividends of China's development. At the same time, the Chinese government will unswervingly promote opening up, continue to optimize the business environment, and earnestly protect the legitimate rights and interests of foreign-invested enterprises.



The Federation of Danish Industries also spoke highly of the event, believing that the Chinese economy has provided a strong driving force for the recovery of the world economy and is full of confidence in the development prospects of the Chinese economy. They said that the first event to invest in China overseas was held in Denmark, which is encouraging for Danish enterprises.



Danish companies attending the meeting also said that green, low-carbon, and bioeconomy has become a new driving force for China's economic development. China's achievements in new energy and other fields are impressive, providing a broad space for Danish companies to develop. They plan to further increase investment in China in green shipping, green energy, smart manufacturing, health consumption, biomedicine, and other fields to enhance the global competitiveness of enterprises.


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