When China banned Taiwan's aquatic products, Liu Zhaoxuan, chairman of the Taiwanese side of the Cross-Strait Entrepreneurs Summit, led a delegation to China. On the 8th, he met Yin Li, the current secretary of the Beijing Municipal Party Committee, and Liu Jie, director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of China.
[Reporter Zhong Lihua/Taipei Report] When China banned Taiwan’s aquatic products, Liu Zhaoxuan, chairman of the Taiwan side of the Cross-Strait Entrepreneur Summit, led a delegation to China. In this regard, the MAC stated that cross-strait entrepreneurs’ summits must comply with relevant exchange norms such as the "Regulations on Cross-Strait Relations between People and People" and the "Law on People's Organizations", and pay attention to social perceptions to safeguard the overall interests and dignity of the country.
The MAC also emphasized that the Mainland China Customs has expressed regret and dissatisfaction with the registration reason and without warning to suspend the export of our aquatic products to the mainland.
Call on the Chinese side not to create obstacles to cross-strait trade, and ask the Chinese side to resolve it as soon as possible to protect the rights and interests of our business owners.
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After the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the annual meeting of the Cross-Strait Entrepreneur Summit will be held in Xiamen on December 20. Liu Zhaoxuan and his party arrived in Beijing on November 29, and the quarantine was lifted on the afternoon of December 7. They then met with the Chinese chairman of the summit and the former Beijing Communist Party of China. Guo Jinlong, secretary of the Municipal Party Committee, met with Yin Li and Liu Jie for dinner on the 8th. The two sides issued press releases to explain the meeting yesterday.
According to the press release of the Taiwan side of the summit, Liu Zhaoxuan not only told Guo Jinlong on the 7th that the Taiwan side of the summit will continue to promote cross-strait economic exchanges and cooperation, but also put forward the idea of "industrial chain cooperation", which can be carried out in the form of pilot projects and pilot projects, and will be carried out in the future. After success, copy and promote to other industries and locations.
The two sides have reached a consensus to set up a task force, which will promote cross-strait cooperation in electric vehicles and self-driving vehicles and other automotive electronics, face the market, and jointly develop and achieve mutual benefit and win-win.
Guo Jinlong pointed out that the Chinese side of the summit will continue to help solve the operational difficulties of Taiwanese businessmen, and hopes that Taiwanese businessmen can make good use of China's various measures to benefit Taiwan and the economic development layout promoted by China, including the development of the Yangtze River Delta and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. The exchange activities held participate in the industrial chain, and use RCEP, "Belt and Road" and other external connections to jointly develop overseas markets.