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Confederation of German Industry opens permanent representative office in Beijing
The reporter learned from the website of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Commerce that a few days ago, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Commerce approved the Confederation of German Industry to set up a resident representative office in Beijing. This is the third foreign non-enterprise economic organization approved by the Beijing Municipal Commission of Commerce this year. According to the information, on August 12, the Economic Development Office of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Commerce Headquarters visited the resident representative office of the Confederation of German Industry in Beijing, issued the approval certificate of the permanent representative office in Beijing to the organization, and cooperated with the representative of the Confederation of German Industry in Beijing. The chief representative of the division, Mu Hanna, communicated with each other. It is reported that the Confederation of German Industry (BDI) was established in Berlin, Germany in 1952. It is mainly committed to promoting the development of German industry and representing the interests of many industrial sectors and industrial service sectors. The Confederation of German Industry currently has 630 association members, serving more than 100,000 member companies and 8 million employees. This is the first representative office established by the association in mainland China. The establishment of a resident representative office of the Confederation of German Industry in Beijing will focus on promoting the connection between 'Made in China 2015' and 'German Industry 4.0The Economic Development Office of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Commerce explained the economic policies of the Beijing headquarters to the representative office, and hoped that the Beijing Representative Office of the German Industrial Confederation would carry out economic and trade exchange activities in compliance with laws and regulations, and actively build a Sino-German economic and trade cooperation platform, especially between Beijing and Germany, to promote Companies from both sides will strengthen cooperation in the fields of high-end manufacturing and industrial design, and guide more German companies to set up regional headquarters and functional institutions in Beijing.