Wuhu Leader Visits Canadian Embassy for Industrial Park Cooperation
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    At the invitation of the Canadian Embassy and arranged by TUS Holdings, Wuhu Mayor He Maoxie paid a visit to the embassy in Beijing on December 18. After a cordial discussion with Ambassador John McCallum, the two sides agreed on cooperation for the Sino-Canadian Environmental Protection and Innovation Industrial Park in Wuhu.


    He Maoxie told the ambassador that Wuhu would actively promote cooperation with Canada in economic development, social progress, and sci-tech R&D, particularly in energy saving, emission reduction, clean energy and renewable resources. The mayor said the city would make Wuhu industrial park a Sino-Canadian cooperation model.


    He Maoxie said he welcomes Canadian enterprises and sci-tech professionals to Wuhu to learn business information or to find R&D cooperation opportunities. At the same time, the major invited Ambassador John McCallum and Canadian entrepreneurs to visit Wuhu for friendly exchanges and project cooperation. The ambassador agreed with pleasure.


    Canadian commercial counselor and other officials introduced policies in this respect and promised to provide convenience for the industrial park when it carries technological innovation and when its newly settled enterprises promote business cooperation.

    Ambassador John McCallum praised that Wuhu Industrial Park is in full compliance with the spirit of the China-Canada Joint Statement on Climate Change and Clean Growth agreed upon by the leaders of the two countries on December 4. The project in discussion possesses the Canadian technology advantages in energy saving and environmental protection, the advantages of the industrialization and market potential in China and the investment and incubation advantages of TRI.


    The ambassador pledged full support from the embassy and himself and he believes the future of the cooperation is really encouraging.


    During his stay in Beijing, He Maoxie paid a visit to Tus-Sound Environment (Hong Kong) Limited, and discussed with them the launch of the environmental protection equipment project and management of public toilets, vegetable markets and residential communities.



    Our reporter learned that preliminary intent for cooperation has been reached.