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China trade council visits Baha Mar

Baha Mar recently hosted members of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade during a two-day forum which was a precursor to the first-ever Sino Americas Summit scheduled to be held at the resort July 2015. Pictured: Robert Sands, Baha Mar senior vice president of Government and External Affairs, (front row, second from right), with members of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade and representatives of Latin Trade Group during a tour of the Royal Blue Golf Clubhouse at Baha Mar. (Photo courtesy Baha Mar)

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Monday, November 24, 2014
Monday, November 24, 2014

Baha Mar recently hosted members of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) during a two-day forum which was a precursor to the first-ever Sino Americas Summit scheduled to be held at the resort July 2015.

The forum was also attended by Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder and Yuan Guisen, ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to The Commonwealth of The Bahamas, as well as members of the Bahamas Investment Authority.


The CCPIT promotes China’s international business interests by developing cooperation and exchanges with other countries.

The Sino Americas Summit is a by invitation event, scheduled for July 2015.

The summit will attract more than 200 international global leaders in business and government, including chief executive officers, Cabinet Ministers and multilateral executives from China and throughout the Latin America and the Caribbean.

The event will be produced by the Latin Trade Group, a media and event company that provides global business information for corporate and government leaders in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Latin Trade Group also produces a number of meetings for regional business, government and social leaders including the Latin Trade Symposium and the annual BRAVO Business Awards.

The Sino Americas Summit at Baha Mar is expected to lead to valuable business opportunities between China and the Americas, as well as nurture deeper cultural understanding to improve the lives of citizens in the Caribbean region and the Americas and define best practices for the regions in the years ahead.

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