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Report on ASEAN research

On May 17, the school’s party committee secretary Liu Zhengdong led a team to Beijing to visit the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Commerce, and the International Liaison Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. They reported that our school has become my country’s largest trading partner in ASEAN, the RCEP was officially signed, and the new land-sea channel has been accelerated. Strive for support for the work of relevant parties under the background of establishing and accelerating the formation of a dual-cycle pattern.
 
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Liu Zhengdong reports to Chen Zhou (right), Vice Minister of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee, on the ASEAN research situation of our school.

 

Liu Zhengdong and his entourage reported to the relevant person in charge of the Ministry of Education the progress of our school’s “ministerial and district joint construction” and “double first-class” construction, as well as the matters needing support for the liberal arts laboratory declaration; to the deputy secretary of the party group of the Ministry of Commerce and the representative of international trade negotiators (regular Minister-level) and Deputy Minister Yu Jianhua reported on China-ASEAN studies and border economic studies of our school; and reported on ASEAN big data research and friendly exchanges with ASEAN countries to Vice Minister Chen Zhou of the International Department of the Central Committee. The relevant reports have been fully affirmed and responded to positively by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Commerce, and the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.

 

Vice President Fan Zuojun and relevant personnel from the Party-run School Office, Innovation and Development Research Institute, and other units participated in the relevant activities.

 

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