On April 20th, a training session on business environment monitoring within China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) was held by the CCPIT Department of Trade and Investment Promotion in Beijing. Zhang Shenfeng, Vice Chairman of the CCPIT, opened the session by delivering a speech and unveiled the plaques for newly established 13 business environment monitoring centers. Experts from the Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China, Development Research Center of the State Council, as well as CCPIT Academy taught classes on topics including analysis on building a world-class business environment, case study on optimizing the business environment and research on China’s business environment.
Zhang Shenfeng noted that CCPIT’s business environment monitoring system has largely been built after over five years of hard work. CCPIT will continue to strengthen overall coordination, build synergy, mobilize more resources, and increase external coordination for substantial progress in business environment monitoring.
Officials from CCPIT Guangxi, Sichuan, Shandong and Hainan sub-councils shared their experience in running business environment monitoring centers. More than 120 representatives from CCPIT’s 42 sub-councils and branches in 30 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central Government and eight industry sub-councils attended the training and exchanged ideas.