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Chinese commerce chamber launched in Pyongyang

(Jiefang Daily)

11:17, April 28, 2012

Edited and Translated by Chen Lidan, People's Daily Online

The Chinese Chamber of Commerce in DPRK was established on Friday in Pyongyang, the country’s capital.

The chamber was initiated by over 50 Chinese firms, aiming at expanding the business platform for firms of the two countries and promoting bilateral trade and economic cooperation.

Chinese Ambassador to the DPRK Liu Hongcai was present at the inauguration ceremony of the chamber. He said Chinese firms should comply with DPRK’s law, respect their DPRK partners and achieve win-win cooperation together.

According to the chamber’s website, the chamber has been officially filed with the Chinese Ministry of Commerce and its future work will carry out under the guide of Chinese embassy in DPRK.

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