China’s economic growth and opening up offer new opportunities for Finland
China is no longer merely a production site for Finnish companies. Broader partnership is now sought in environment technology and the energy sector. Finland, too, attracts interest in China, as evidenced by the high number of visitors to the Finnish pavilion at EXPO 2010 in Shanghai – the five millionth guest was welcomed to the pavilion during Minister Väyrynen’s visit to Shanghai.
Minister Väyrynen: Southern China a significant stepping stone to Chinese markets
Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Paavo Väyrynen considers Southern China a major locomotive for both the Chinese economy and the global economy, and sees it as an area with great potential for Finnish companies. Minister Väyrynen expressed his views after having visited Hong Kong and Shenzhen on 11–13 October.
Finland’s first China Action Plan outlines future directions for cooperation between Finland and China
Finland’s first China Action Plan was announced by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs on 1 July. Introducing the plan, Foreign Minister Alexander Stubb said it included an analysis of the country that is China, the ways in which the EU and Finland work with China, and Finland’s objectives with regard to the development of its relations with China.
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