SHENZHEN, China, July 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) 2012 in Israel, held on June 20th at Tel Aviv, attracted more than 200 Chinese and Israeli enterprises for business negotiation and seeks for cooperative development. Chen Biao (Deputy Mayor of Shenzhen), Han Jun (Counsellor for Scientific and Technological Affairs of China in Israel), Ran Khan (Chairman of Israel-Asia Chamber of Commerce, and former Minister of Ministry of Industry and Trade), and Ramzi Gobe (Chairman of Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute) attended the meeting.
Chen Biao, on behalf of CHTF Organizing Committee and Shenzhen Municipal Government, warmly welcomed Israeli high-tech enterprises to the CHTF 2012 to be held this November in Shenzhen. According to him, the largest scientific and technological show with the greatest influences in China, CHTF has been held successively for 13 years. CHTF also promoted the cooperation between Chinese and Israeli enterprises in the fields of information communication, energy conservation, environmental protection, risk investment, etc. He believes that enterprising Israeli people will surely grasp opportunities and make greater development at this CHTF in Israeli.
Ran Khan, Chairman of Israel - Asia Chamber of Commerce, also former Minister of Ministry of Industry and Trade, indicated in his speech that, Chinese and Israelis have many features in common, and this is the deep-rooted reason for both sides' successful cooperation. Israel has the continuous enthusiasm about Chinese enterprises and investors, and will embrace Chinese partners with an open attitude.
CHTF has been held for 7 times successively in foreign countries, and this is considered as an important bridge for pushing Chinese and foreign enterprises to build business. Moreover, CHTF in Israel has been held for 3 sessions. Through CHTF, many Chinese enterprises participated in various international competitions and obtained abundant achievements. BGI Shenzhen, which attended the first CHTF in Israel, has established deep-going cooperation with Hebrew University and the University of Haifa in the fields of clinical medical research and agricultural biological research.
After Israel CHTF, CHTF in Hungary was held successfully in Budapest on June 26th (local time). Nearly 50 institution representatives from fields of Chinese information technology, energy conservation, environmental protection, and risk investment, etc. carried out deep-going communication with more than 200 Hungarian enterprises and discussed new strategy for Sino-Hungary economic cooperation. This is the 5th time for CHTF to be held in Hungary.