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CCPIT Guangdong establishes a commercial law committee for international business

The Guangdong Chamber of International Commerce has officially established the Commercial Law Professional Committee at its 8th Member Delegate Conference in Guangzhou on January 30.

Experts in the legal industry were invited to serve as professional members of the committee, including Wang Xudong, former Director-General of Guangdong Provincial Department of Justice, Li Yun, Secretary-General of South Sub-Commission of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, Wang Tianxi, Deputy Director of Guangzhou Arbitration Commission, and Xie Weimin, General Counsel of Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration.

Chen Xiaofeng, President of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) Guangdong Committee, said that the Guangdong Chamber of International Commerce is an important bridge between the government and the business community. As of today, the chamber has more than 95,000 members, covering the fields of industrial manufacturing, high-tech, biomedicine, and building materials. "It's the home of export-oriented enterprises," he added.

Founded in 1988, the Guangdong Chamber of International Commerce is a non-profit provincial-level international organization composed of enterprises and social organizations in Guangdong under the leadership of the provincial government and the CCPIT.

Junius Ho Kwan-yiu, a Hong Kong Legislative Council member who is also a member of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, attended the conference. He told GDToday that the establishment of the Commercial Law Professional Committee is necessary and will be beneficial.

He believes that as more and more Hong Kong enterprises develop in Guangdong, and more and more Guangdong enterprises invest overseas, enterprises in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area have a growing demand for cross-border compliance management and foreign-related legal services.

According to the conference, the Commercial Law Professional Committee plans to bridge the resources of arbitration, mediation, intellectual property rights, and other legal service platforms, as well as chambers of commerce, providing commercial mediation, legal counseling, legal training, and other services for enterprises in international business.


Editor丨Steven, Monica, James

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