Chinese Vice President meets Samsung Electronics' senior executives

08:26, February 25, 2010      

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Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping on Wednesday met with senior executives of Republic of Korea's technology powerhouse Samsung Electronics in Beijing.


Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping (2nd R) meets with senior executives of Republic of Korea's technology powerhouse Samsung Electronics in Beijing, China, Feb. 24, 2010. The executives included Samsung Electronics' Permanent Consultant Yun Jong Yong and Chief Executive Officer Choi Geesung. (Xinhua/Huang Jingwen)

The executives included Samsung Electronics' Permanent Consultant Yun Jong Yong and Chief Executive Officer Choi Geesung.

Xi praised an exchange program which had yielded positive results, allowing some middle-aged and young students at the Party School of the CPC Central Committee to visit the ROK for inspection purposes.

This was a cooperative program attended by the Organization Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Party School of the CPC Central Committee and Seoul-based Samsung Electronics, the world's leading electronics and technology company.

Xi voiced the hope that the two sides can step up cooperation, enrich and deepen the inspection so as to make new contributions to China-ROK friendly relations.

On the broader bilateral relationship, Xi said the two countries witnessed frequent high-level visits, close trade cooperation, active people-to-people exchanges and good communication on international and regional issues.

"China is satisfied with the relationship and would like to make joint efforts with the ROK to advance our friendship and mutually-beneficial cooperation," Xi said.

Trade ties, which have seen robust growth since the two countries forged diplomatic relations in 1992, stood as a key pillar of the China-ROK relationship and generated substantial benefits for both peoples, Xi said.

Xi encouraged Samsung Electronics to seize opportunities and expand businesses in China and play a bigger role in pushing bilateral economic cooperation.

Yun, who took the helm of Samsung Electronics from 1996 to 2008, said the company's China business was in a good shape and it would continue to pursue its planned investment projects.

Yun pledged Samsung Electronics would cooperate with the Chinese side on the exchange program for students at the Party School of the CPC Central Committee.

Yun and his delegation will conclude their visit to Beijing on Friday.

Source: Xinhua

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