Rockville, Maryland (PRWEB) November 28, 2005
A delegation of government and private business representatives led by the Vice Mayor Xiang Lili and Vice Mayor Cao Ya from Changsha City, the capital of Hunan, PRC are to host a biomedical investment fair on Monday, 28 November, in Rockville, Maryland.
The one-day event being held at the Double Tree Inn Executive Center includes speakers from the Institute of Health, US Small Business Administration, the US Middle Path Foundation, the US Import Export Bank, the US Trade Development Agency, the US Commercial Service, and the Maryland Development Corporation. Rockville MD. Mayor, Larry Giammo, will be a keynote speaker at the luncheon as well as a representative for the Montgomery County Executive, Ms Bernadette Musselwhite, County Manager for International Business Development.
“Though the economic and financial bridges between the US and China have been in place across the Pacific Ocean for decades, it has become increasingly more important in recent years that these bridges be better utilized to provide exchanges of information in the medical, biological, environmental and educational fields; be used to promote cooperation and cultural understanding; and, hence trade, and investment” (Ying Wang, Chairman, US Middle Path Foundation).
During the luncheon, Vice Mayors from Changsha City and the Mayor of Rockville will have a signing ceremony of a friendly accord between their two cities to promote cultural understanding and economic growth.
This event will be co-hosted by the US Middle Path Foundation, and organized by the City of Changsha and Fontecha Enterprises, a minority owned international event planning company located in Rockville, Maryland.