Minister of Transport, Sri Lanka: 21st century Maritime Silk Road Will Boost Economic Exchange Between China and South Asia

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Updated: 2015-12-23 16:31:55

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The 5th IIICF was successfully convened on May 8-9, 2014 in Macao, with a theme of  Infrastructure Connectivity Provides New Impetuses for International Cooperation. This event was co-sponsored by the China International Contractors Association and Macao Economic Services. 37 ministers from 23 countries and regions and over 1000 industry elites had a heated discussion around the topic “Infrastructure Connectivity Provides New Impetuses for International Cooperation”. The picture shows Mr. Kumara Welgama delivering a speech in the Keynote Forum on May 8th.

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