Guo Huaigang, Chairman of CCPIT Beijing, met with Huang Zhi, S&P Global China Chairman and CEO of S&P Global (China) Ratings on the afternoon of August 11. The two exchanged views on giving full play to the mechanism of the Meeting of International Business Leaders Advisory Council for the Mayor of Beijing and further deepening cooperation and exchanges.
Guo Huaigang gave an overview on the Meeting of International Business Leaders Advisory Council for the Mayor of Beijing. He welcomed S&P Global to join the mechanism, and congratulated Douglas L. Peterson, President and CEO of S&P Global for becoming an adviser under this mechanism. He recognized S&P Global’s high reputation across the globe as a landmark enterprise in the field of information services. He expected that S&P Global and President Douglas L. Peterson will actively offer suggestions on Beijing’s development and S&P Global will deeply engage in the construction of “Two Zones” by continuously expanding their business in Beijing and leading more international investors and enterprises to invest in Beijing, thus facilitating Beijing’s high-level opening up and high-quality development. He also hoped that S&P Global will serve as a bridge and play a constructive role in Sino-US economic and trade cooperation. As the Secretariat of the Meeting of International Business Leaders Advisory Council for the Mayor of Beijing, CCPIT Beijing will actively facilitate the Group’s efforts in strengthening communication with government departments and expanding its share in the Chinese market.
On behalf of S&P Global and President Peterson, Huang Zhi thanked CCPIT Beijing for the honor of joining the Meeting of International Business Leaders Advisory Council for the Mayor of Beijing. She stressed that S&P Global attaches great importance to the Chinese market, and its headquarters in Beijing will take root in Beijing, and continue to increase investment and business in Beijing in a bid to make greater contributions to the Sino-US economic and trade exchanges.
Chairman: Guo Huaigang First-level Inspector: Liu Yang Vice Chairman: Tang Hai...