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Zhejiang-Hunan Economic and Social Development Symposium Held in Hangzhou

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The Zhejiang-Hunan Economic and Social Development Symposium is held in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province, on June 6.
CPC Hunan Provincial Committee Secretary Du Jiahao speaks at the meeting.
CPC Zhejiang Provincial Committee Secretary Che Jun gives a speech at the meeting.
Hunan Governor Xu Dazhe briefs on Hunan provincial economic and social development.
Zhejiang Governor Yuan Jiajun introduces Zhejiang’s economic and social progress. (All the photos above are taken by Luo Xinguo, Hunan Daily)
Du Jiahao, CPC Hunan Provincial Committee secretary, and Xu Dazhe, Hunan governor, led a delegation to inspect and study in Zhejiang Province on the morning of June 6, 2018. They attended the Zhejiang-Hunan Economic and Social Development Symposium, held in Hangzhou on the afternoon. CPC Zhejiang Provincial Committee Secretary Che Jun and Zhejiang Governor Yuan Jiajun accompanied them on the tour and joined the meeting.
In recent years, Hunan and Zhejiang have enhanced personnel, economic and trade exchanges, and expanded cooperation fields, thanks to the opportunity offered in the process of building the Yangtze River Economic Belt. In the past three years, Zhejiang enterprises have invested 887 projects in Hunan with a total investment of 99.4 billion CNY. There are now nearly 300,000 Zhejiang entrepreneurs in Hunan, and more than one million Hunanese working in Zhejiang.
Du Jiahao thanked Zhejiang for its long-term support and assistance to Hunan. He expected that the two sides would further deepen partnership in major national development strategies, such as the “Belt and Road”, the Yangtze River Economic Belt, and rural rejuvenation. He said, “We may share experiences of reform, innovation results transfer, technique platforms sharing, and popular entrepreneurship innovation. We should strengthen collaboration in equipment manufacturing; port logistics; electronic information; internet; big data; rail transit; cultural tourism; and film, television publishing industries.” “We could promote the establishment of a unified, open, transparent market order and policy system with orderly competition. We will improve the talent development, exchange, and cooperation mechanism, to better the friendship between the two provinces with common benefits,” he added.
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Translator: Yu Jiangjiang 
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