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Gisborne Becomes Wenzhou’s Friendly Exchange City
【Fonts: Large Medium Small 【Source: 温州市 【Date: 2017.11.08】

On the afternoon of November 7, Mr. Wang Chi, Vice Mayor of Wenzhou, met with a city delegation led by Mr. Meng Foon, Mayor of Gisborne City, New Zealand. Both parties signed a Memo of Establishing Friendly Exchange City Relations between  Wenzhou and Gisborne, which thus becomes Wenzhou’s first friendly city of this kind inNew   Zealand.

In a friendly atmosphere, Wang Chi extended his welcome to Meng Foon and his delegation, and then briefed the guests on Wenzhou’s basic situation. Wang said that Wenzhou and Gisborne are highly complementary in economy, and each has advantages in natural resources and human capital as well as markets, and thus there will be a wide range of cooperation between the two sides. He hoped that both sides will vigorously expand cooperation by tapping potentials to achieve mutual benefits and win-win results.

Meng Foon, as the first Chinese ethnic Mayor inNew Zealand, said that through two days' visit to Wenzhou, he deeply felt that Wenzhou is one of the most dynamic cities inChina. He wished to push forward cooperation of both sides in trade and investment, cultural exchanges, etc., and constantly deepen friendly exchange relations between the two sides.

Located in the north-central part of the east coast of the North Island inNew Zealand, Gisborne is one of the places in the world to first see the sunrise each day. The city preserves the traditional Maori culture, and has rich tourism resources. Its timber processing industry and animal husbandry are well developed, and annual corn yielding reached 25 million tons, accounting for over 60% ofNew Zealand's total corn output.


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