The US-China Business Association is leading an American business delegation to visit China from June 1 to 12, 2012. Its purpose is to explore export opportunities for the U.S. aviation, electrical and mechanical and clean energy industries.
Mr. Colin Wu said the American delegates are encouraged by market development in China. Many U.S. companies want to know more of the Chinese market, and develop cooperation with Chinese businesses while strengthening their roles in the U.S. economy. The trip to China is conducted in response to President Obama's initiative to promote exports. The delegation led by Mr. Wu is comprised of business leaders in aerospace, mechanical and electrical, and clean energy industry with purposes of promoting US export opportunities and support American jobs. The group will visit Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing. It is reported that the delegation will have meetings with President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao in Beijing.
Chinese President Hu Jintao meeting USCN business delegations in Beijing.
Wu said the future of the U.S. economy relies on competitiveness and the ability to satisfy to the growing demand for aviation, mechanical and electrical, and clean energy products of the 21st century. He pointed out that China is a huge market for U.S. companies in the above fields.
Marc Allen, President of Boeing China, posed in front of a 1:20 scale model of 747-8 intercontinental passenger plane.