A delegation of the municipal government of Guigang, city of China with more than 5,000,000 inhabitants, arrived in Mérida on June 18 in Merida in order to explore the exchange opportunities and have information for the development of future business.
It is the first time that representatives of that city visit Mérida and, according to the president of the China Peninsula Association of Yucatan, Bai Yi, they are attracted by the interesting things they hear from other Chinese officials who have visited the capital of Yucatan two or three times.
Also due to the promotion made by the City of Merida in China in the trips of approach between the city and the Asian country.
The Guigang delegation will meet on June 19 with the mayor of Mérida, María Fritz Sierra, for the start of a cultural, educational, artistic and business exchange.
“The steel company that comes is a giant of this industry and comes to do some market research because it wants to expand its business in this region of Mexico,” said Bai Yi, the main promoter of the approach between China and Mérida.
more recommended stories
Why Donald Trump wants to stay president
In November 2018, after a vote.
Best Buy leaves Mexico.
The chain of stores specialized in.
GSA’s Emily Murphy clears way for Joe Biden’s transition.
The Trump Administration Finally Clears Way.
Merida’s old US Consulate to be replaced with large state-of-the-art intelligent building
The project, which is currently under.
The Virgin of Izamal is ready for her traditional festival
Izamal, Yucatan; November 22, 2020 (ACOM).- On.
Mayor Renán Barrera highlights the importance of caring for our pets
Mérida, Yucatan (November 22, 2020). With.
Trump supporter charged with assault after breathing forcefully on protesters
Trump supporter charged with assault after.
Toronto enters virus lockdown as US looks to vaccine rollout
Canada’s biggest city entered lockdown on.
113 bodies found in secret graves near Guadalajara, Jalisco
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican authorities.
AMLO calls on rich countries to lessen debt for poorer nations
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican President.