I24 - 11/02/2016
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday met with
representatives from China's National Development and Reform Commission,
a macroeconomic management agency with broad administrative and
planning control over the Chinese economy, to discuss ways to promote
the trade between the two countries.
The meeting was part of the schedule of a three day summit that saw
upward of 200 Chinese official and businessmen arrive to Israel for
strategic dialogue with local businesses, entrepreneurs and officials.
"I place great importance on developing our commercial ties. Israel
and China are a winning combination," Netanyahu said at the meeting.
"The future belongs to those who innovate, and our ever-developing
business dialogue will allow our economies to grow."