On the 22 nd of May 2017 the represenbtaives of the European Business Club Poland: Janusz Cieślak – the President, Krzysztof Walendziewski – member of the management Board and Łukasz Grzelec – acting as the Director of the Press Office took part in the inauguration of the beginning of operating of the China Construction Bank (Europe) S.A. Branch in Poland. The event took place in the Ballroom of Hotel Sofitel Victoria.
China Construction Bank Corporation with head office in Beijing had been established in 1954 (formerly known as China Construction Bank) is a leading, big commercial bank in the People’s Republic of China. By the end of 2016 the capitalization of the Bank amounted to 192.626 million USD. This allowed for a fifth place among banks listed on the stock exchange. The Bank has 14,985 branches and departments in continental China and and supports branches and departments of the commercial bank in 29 countries and regions with 251 foreign institutions at all levels.
China Construction Bank (Europe) S.A. Branch in Poland is the first branch of China Construction Bank in Central and Eastern Europe. The decision to open the branch of the Bank in Poland was lead by a constant development of economic and trade co-operation between China and Central and Eastern Europe. The Branch will fully contribute to the brand, resources and global communication network ensuring the clients from China, Poland and Central and Eastern Europe high quality of financial services.
At the invitation of the Chinese representatives, delegation of the European Business Club Poland: President Janusz Cieslak and member Barbara Misterska – Dragan visited Beijing and Hunan Province from November 30th to December 6th 2014. Representatives of our club were members of the delegation of the Polish House Association, which cooperates with China for over 20 years.
The delegation met in Beijing with the representatives of the management of the Foreign Economic Cooperation Center, the Chinese Association for International Cooperation and the Ministry of Agriculture. The subject of the talks included economic cooperation with particular emphasis on the agricultural sector. The delegation was also hosted by the Hunan Province which is one of the most developed regions in China (area of 211.8 thousand km2 includes 13 cities, 1 autonomous region and 122 districts). Held talks regarded cooperation possibilities between province inhabited by 71 million people and entrepreneurs from our country. Representatives of the provincial government invited entrepreneurs from our Association for a trade visit in 2015. The invitation was accepted with a great pleasure by Janusz Cieslak, President of the European Business Club Poland.
Management Board of the European Business Club Poland kindly asks its members to submit their interest in trade mission to China no later than January 30, 2015.
On May 14-16 2012, took place IV European Economic Congress which was held in Katowice. At the Congress guested the President of the European Business Club – Poland Janusz Cieslak, who took part in addition to the opening ceremony, plenary session focused on the development of Europe to 2020, took part in several panel sessions devoted to, i.a., economic cooperation between Europe, Poland and China, supporting the development of Polish entrepreneurs, assessing Euro 2012 – as a great business project. There were established interesting domestic and foreign contacts, which should result in establishing business cooperation of the European Business Club – Poland with new partners.
President Janusz Cieslak was invited by the organizers to participate in the next V European Economic Congress, which will take place in Katowice in 2013.
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