Razvitie Corp.  established new business contact in China

Razvitie Corp. established new business contact in China


Razvitie Corp.  established a new business contacts during the visit of its delegation in China. The group was led by the Chief Financial Director of the Corporation Bojana Aleksandrova, Vladislav Aleksandrov - Chief Operating Officer and Head of Finance and insurance direction Stefan Sofiyanski.

During the talks the representatives of Razvitie familiarize their Chinese counterparts with the various business activities performedbythe Corporation - leasing of prime office and industrial real estate rental, financial intermediation and insurance, and bottling of table and mineral waters.

The topic of water is paramount in China, where for years its scarcity for agricultural and domestic purposes has become a serious problem. According to the World Bank, 60% of the 661 cities in China are experiencing a seasonal scarcity of fresh water.

In this regard, cooperation between Razvitie Corp. and the Chinese business in the field of newflavoured table and mineral watershas attracted the most serious interest.

In turn the representatives of Chinese companies asked Razvitie Corp’s delegation to send them samples of water, especially the one with rose flavour when they get back in Bulgaria.

Samples of these products have already been sent to three companies in China.

More information will be available soon depending on progress of the negotiations.

The delegation of Razvitie Corp. would like to thank the Embassy of Bulgaria in China, as well as Bulgarian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce for the assistance and cooperation.

Meanwhile Razvitie Corp. explore possibilities of trade relations with Hong Kong. This happened at a meeting of Bulgarian business with representatives of theHong Kong Trade Development Council. The event was held on June 3 in Sofia. HKTDC was representedby Stephen Wong, Regional Director of the Council for Europe.

Mr. Wang presented the investment opportunities in Hong Kong and the advantages of the former British colony as a trade gateway to the vast market of China.

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