A delegation from Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA), a national economic reform pilot zone founded in 1984 in Tianjin, a North China municipality directly under the central government, visited SIP on Nov 1, trying to learn more about the Sino-Singaporean cooperative project and seek cooperation opportunities. CPC TEDA Committee secretary and TEDA Administrative Committee director Zheng Weiming led the delegation.
Accompanied by a group of local officials, the delegation members first had a tour around SIP Exhibition Center and SIP BioBAY where they gained a holistic picture of SIP’s industrial layout and focuses.
At the later symposium, SIP Administrative Committee director Ding Lixin gave the guests a specific introduction to SIP’s operations and development outcomes, and expressed expectations to enhance exchange and cooperation with TEDA in the future for win-win outcomes in economic and social development.
Zheng introduced to the SIP officials TEDA’s development trajectories and plans, and also showed intention to tighten ties with SIP in future development.
November 1, 2019