Polish Ambassador to China Tadeusz Chomicki hailed Guangdong for its business and transition to an international region last week during the second Poland-China Regional Forum held in Guangzhou’s Dong Fang Hotel.
“Guangdong’s business is mainly focused on small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), on one hand, and exports, the other hand,” said Chomicki in an interview with local media. “We must see that Guangdong is profiling solid change. As Guangdong’s SMEs have accumulated enough money, some of them can consider opening operations in foreign countries rather than just selling goods abroad,” Chomicki suggested.
“A direct shipping line between Zhuhai and Gdynia, a famous port in Poland, will be established. That would be another stimulation of foreign trade between Guangdong and Poland, or even the whole Europe Continent,” said Chomicki. “Our job is to promote Polish goods to China,” Chomicki added.
“It is easy for you to promote yourselves in Poland but for us, it is still long and hard work,” said Chomicki before a crowd of business and government leaders.
Chomicki believes that holding business forums can help Poland become more visible in China. “We must find more practicable cooperation on business, education or culture dimensions from provincial city level,” urged Chomicki. “The regional forum is a meaningful attempt,” added Chomicki.