FCPAE Europe Forum opens in Copenhagen

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More than 100 Chinese and European experts and government officials gathered here Friday to attend a forum to discuss opportunities for cooperation between China and Europe.

The two-day 2010 FCPAE Europe Forum opened at the Danish Foreign Ministry and was hosted by the Association of Chinese Engineers in Denmark (ACED).

Xie Hangsheng, Chinese ambassador to Denmark, and the representatives from the Danish Foreign Ministry were present at the opening ceremony of the two-day event.

"I am delighted that we have such an outstanding lineup of speakers for this year's forum," said Ji Jiankang, chairman of the Federation of Chinese Professional Associations in Europe (FCPAE).

"With China economies recovering strongly from the global financial crisis, the cooperation between China and Europe will not only benefit Europe economies, but also help China ensure sustainable growth," Ji said.

Danish universities and research institutions will make some presentations on the relations of education with talent strategies, and professors from China and Denmark will join in panel discussions.

Many renowned multinational corporations have sent representatives to the forum.

The FCPAE consists of 36 Chinese professional organizations in 10 European countries with around 20,000 Chinese engineers, scientists, and professionals as members. The ACED, established here in 2000, has around 200 members.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:王寒露)

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