On the morning of 29 am, the "one belt and one road" textile Cooperation Forum sponsored by the China Textile Engineering Society and the Keqiao people's government was held as one of the main sub forums of the fifteenth Asian Textile Conference and the Ninth China Textile academic annual meeting. The new direction of the international textile industry cooperation and the new trend of global textile economic development were discussed at the scene.
Li Lingshen, vice president of China Textile Industry Federation, attended and delivered a speech. Vice president of China Textile Engineering and engineering society, Fu Guang Wei and Liu Yaozhong, deputy director of the International Trade Office of China Textile Industry Federation attended the meeting. Vice governor Li Dong attended and delivered speeches.
The forum is divided into two parts: the theme report and the dialogue. Liu Yaozhong, deputy director of the International Trade Office of the China Federation of textile industry, takes the theme of "China's textile industry" trade and investment cooperation: review and Outlook "to share the theme, and reviews the trade and investment cooperation between China's textile industry and the countries along the" one belt and one Road ". Subsequently, the chairman of the India buyers Federation Lokesh Parashar, chairman of Poland PTAK fashion city group Nina Ryazka and other participants represented the theme of the textile industry. In the dialogue between the two sides, the delegates discussed the new opportunities of the "one belt and one road" textile industry development and how to overcome the obstacles of "one belt and one road" textile industry cooperation, and seek common ground while reserving differences.
In addition, the launching ceremony of the "one belt and one road" international textile technology alliance was held during the forum to better promote the interconnection and win-win of textile technology and innovative resources, and continuously promote the "one belt and one way" cultural exchange work. At present, 20 organizations from 18 countries and regions from five continents have signed up.