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International Investment Association

IIA     国际投資促進会

本会简介

       注册地在香港的国际投资促进会,在香港、深圳设有境内和境外两个总部,在美洲、澳洲、韩国、北京、上海、湖南、安徽等地均设有分会,拥有会员单位逾500家,会员4000余人。曾与中国多个城市合作策划和举办过城市招商、项目推介活动,也帮助过众多企业走出国门获取资金与技术、展示企业风采。多年来,国际投资促进会不仅在引导和促进所属会员企业来华投资、协助中国机构和企业走出国门拓展发展空间等方面,取得了令人瞩目的成绩,在会展方面也锻造了一批如世界500强国际高峰论坛和上海租赁融资论坛等知名品牌。会内云集一大批知名企业家、专家和学者,对中国经济的飞速发展发挥着独特的推动作用。 

       本会名誉会长庄晓天先生是著名经济学家和社会活动家,曾任中共上海市委财贸工作委员会书记、上海市人民政府副市长、上海浦东发展银行董事长、上海银行董事长等重要职务。现任上海浦东发展银行咨询委员会主任、上海城市发展基金会理事长、上海慈善基金会监事长、上海市宁波商会会长。
       俞永民先生是国际投资促进会创会会长,曾担任中共甘肃省委书记办公室主任、甘肃省石化厅厅长、深石化董事长、深发展董事长,现任中国上市公司深天马和蓝星清洗独立董事,在金融界和企业界桃李成林;
       本会执行会长兼理事长王平先生在会展管理、地产策划、证券投资和文化传媒拓展等领域均有不俗造诣,曾担任中国商业地产形象电视大赛组委会秘书长、世界500强国际高峰论坛执行主席兼秘书长;现任美中友好促进会顾问、华中科技大学客座教授、香港华城集团执行董事、香港铜锣湾集团董事、香港金博国际策划有限公司总裁、韩国麦克伦集团董事总顾问;
       副会长卢少平博士曾留学美国多年,是美中友好的忠诚使者,也是著名的金融理财专家,受托管理多家美国私募基金,曾成功帮助包括湖北奔达制药在内的多家中国企业在美成功上市,为中国企业在海外融资贡献巨大,现任美国倍福满基金会主席、深圳高交创投总裁;
      本会秘书长顾勇先生现任香港科泰科技公司总经理、国际投资促进有限公司董事,曾执行筹备世界500强(黄山)国际高峰论坛,为实业界社团活动的后起之秀。
      国际投资促进会秉承真诚互助、多赢共进的理念,热切希望与各界

创会宗旨

一、发展华人社会与国际间企业投资方面的友好交流与合作关系,提高企业对国际社会的责任感,增进全球弱势企业与强势企业间的彼此尊重与合作;

二、促进中国与国际间的经济交流与投资合作,协助中国政府及企业招商推介、技术引进、产品出口,引导国际企业进入中国市场,促进中国经济的繁荣发展;支持与协助中国慈善公益事业,为提高中国国际地位和促进中国经济发展贡献力量;

三、宣传联合国服务全球理念及全球协议九项原则等决议,拓展华人社会弱势企业国际视野,提升其与国际企业沟通、交流与合作能力;

四、促进华人社会与国际间政府组织、非政府组织的友好往来,协调双边及多边战略合作伙伴关系,促成和谐社会的早日到来。

服务范围

一、资产管理,兴办实业;

二、协助中国企业及产品直接进入国际市场;

三、帮助中国企业境外融资、合作,协同中国政府和企业进行境内外招商推介与项目对接;

四、帮助会员企业进行项目前期调查和研判,引导和组织会员间的联谊和互助活动,促进会员间经济与情谊交流。

五、策划举办各类国际会展、投资论坛、经贸考察团及其它推广宣传活

理事会成员(按姓氏笔划):
刁洁雨、丁书琴(女)、及荣军、王平、王志谦、文启后、李 希、李化德、李连仲、李晓西、李 恒、李斌杰、李文艳、成石昌、孙前进、吕 卫、吴 韵(女)、吴学军、吴礼军、汪金芳、汪承兴、宋胜军、宋邦金、邵焯辉、何忠平、林达(女)、林文奇、周红波、柯智耀、俞永民、姜兴东、郭 恪、张政权、张铁军、庄晓天、庄小夸、庄伟匡、陈长宗、陈 潇(女)、郑升哲、袁 浪、郭 锐、纪仁杰、陆宝琪、黄林生、黄其青、黄保文、冯 轶、靳新红、厉东皓、鱼允德、蒋仁杰、禇继田、肖瑞友、马丹萌、樊昆、刘青华、刘 丹(女)、杨万国、邓 穗、卢少平、谢修芳、韩海卫、顾勇、严贯三、艾伯翰、安托尼休欧沃、詹姆斯、琳达海恩斯
 
常务理事:
王 平、吕卫、顾 勇、樊 昆、李 希、邓 穗、宋胜军、马丹萌、刁洁雨、庄小夸、李斌杰、林文奇、厉东皓、向 阳、林 达(女)、黄林生、韩海卫、吴学军、及荣军、汪金芳、邵焯辉、郭锐、郑升哲、鱼允德、王志谦、靳新红、郭 恪、李化德、蒋仁杰、陆宝琪、谢修芳、严贯三、宋邦金、黄保文、孙前进、冯 轶、丁书琴(女) 

 

理事长:王 平
副理事长:樊 昆、邓 穗、汪金芳、向 阳、郑升哲

中文綱址 Website (in Chinese) http://www.iiaiia.org

Australian Chapter Founder: Johnson Shiu, J.P.

  • 2010年12月17日

    今天下午,本会王平会长在京会见太平洋岛国论坛驻华贸易代表处投资官袁光明先生,就合作举办中国--太平洋岛国区域经济合作论坛的进展,双方充分交换了意见,并初步商定,在2011年3月前后共同组团访问太平洋岛国诸国。本会副会长吕卫、安徽分会会长张孝新、常务理事陈潇一同参加了会见。

     

  • Current project: Propose to be held in 2013/14

  • China-Pacific Island Countries Regional Economy Summit Forum

    http://www.pifto.org.cn/

    China-Pacific Island Countries Regional Economy Summit Forum (C-PIC Regional Economy Summit Forum) is an annual economic communication activity held in a certain date decided by its members through consultation and in the host city either in China or on Pacific Islands.

    The First C-PIC Regional Economy Summit Forum will be held at a major city in China, target Nov 2013 to early 2014.

    Regional Economy Summit Forum is aiming to establish a trading arena for the C-PIC economic region, to build up a bridge for the cooperation between cities and corporations of China and Pacific Islands, and to extend the dialogue between the non-governmental organizations like chambers of commerce.

    For information and joining IIA: Email johnson.shiu@johnsonshiu.cn

    欢迎访问国际投资促进会IIA网站 祝您工作顺利!

    Australia - China Enterprises Syndicate (ACES)

    Mission Statement:

    We are leading the Australia and China Enterprise to live to-morrow to-day.

     

    Objectives:

    To promote the Australia and China elite enterprises joint ventures in lifestyle, marine and wellness industries.

    Hi-Tech base products and manufacturing opportunities sharing.

    Natural Resourses

    Tourism

    Education for the business leader to take their abilities far beyond their limits.

    Current project:

    The "Macau International Boat Show 2008" at Macau, promote and manage by Macau International Boast Show LTD and a Gold Coast Company Optimal Events, will draw together the local and international marine industry showcasing the trade, super yachts and associated products and boat builders. There is also an opportunity to showcase Australian Marina and Property expertise in its first year. As the show develops so will the content and experiential offering of the event. It is planned to be both a business to business trade event, and also a business to consumer show.

    Check Link: http://johnsonshiu.cn/index_topic.php?did=62892&didpath=/62892

     

    Related information that will help fast tracking the progresses of  The Australia-China Enterprises Syndicate:

    China, Australia to hold 5th round of FTA talks
    GOV.cn Thursday, March 02, 2006

    China and Australia have decided to hold the fifth round of Free Trade Area (FTA) negotiations in May in Beijing, according to sources with the Ministry of Commerce on Thursday.

    Both sides will start crucial talks on market admittance in the upcoming negotiations, said the ministry.

    China and Australia finished the fourth round of negotiations on FTA construction in Australia's capital Canberra on Thursday.

    According to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, both sides discussed four topics in the four-day negotiations, namely the cargo trade, agricultural trade, service trade and legal issues.

    A total of 28 Chinese delegates from 14 ministries participated in the negotiations.

    Australia, China to start full talks on FTA
    China, Australia ends 2nd round FTA talks
    3rd round of Sino-Australia FTA talks ends
    China, Australia vow to further ties
    China, Australia to strengthen law enforcement cooperation
    China becomes biggest exporter to Australia
    China, Australia hold 9th defence strategic consultation
    Editor: Mo Honge
    Source: Xinhua
     

    Chinas State Council encourages development of venture capital firms

    GOV.cn

    Sunday, February 26, 2006

    China's State Council said in Beijing Sunday that it will encourage state and local governments and their affiliates to set up venture capital firms to finance innovation-oriented start-ups.

    According to new financial incentive policies aimed at stimulating nationwide scientific and technological innovation, the State Council also encourages the private sector to invest in research and development of start-up companies.

    The incentive policies are targeted at creating a friendly environment for the implementation of the National Guidelines for Medium-and Long-term Science and Technology Development.

    The State Council says it is considering setting up an innovation stock market for hi-tech start-ups, similar to the U.S. NASDAQ.

    The securities authorities are expected to ease requirements and waiting periods of corporate applicants wanting to be listed on the stock market.

    The State Council urges the State Development Bank to grant soft loans to hi-tech enterprises, the Import and Export Bank to finance hi-tech imports, and the Agricultural Development Bank to support commercialization of new agricultural technologies.

    The State Council also encourages commercial banks to actively finance state hi-tech projects and forge business partnership with hi-tech start-ups.

    Regulation to boost venture capital companies

    GOV.cn

    Tuesday, November 15, 2005

    China will issue a regulation Tuesday to boost the development of venture capital companies, said the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) in Beijing Monday.

    According to the regulation, investment in the promising hi-tech start-ups is especially encouraged for venture capital companies.

    They will not be allowed to invest in both real estate and guarantor businesses, said the regulation. But real estate purchases for their own use is permitted.

    In China, a venture capital company can invest in a small company and obtain some stock shares. When the small companies become mature later, the venture capital company will be able to sell the shares for profit.

    Small companies which have already been listed can not apply for venture capital.

    Editor:

    Letian Pan

    Source:

    Xinhua

     

    Opportunities Emerging in China from

    New Company Laws

    On  January 1st, 2006, the PRC's new Company Law came into effect.

    The New Company Laws forms the basis of all business entities in China, including foreign invested enterprises. The changes introduced have an impact on foreign invested enterprises currently operating in China as well as any foreign companies considering establishing businesses in China.  One notable change is the reduction in the minimum registered capital required to set up a company in China down to a mere RMB$30,000, which will no make it easier for SMEs to participate in the setting up their companies in China.

    ACES (Australia China Enterprises Syndicate)  will help you to take a practical approach to what foreign companies need to know about the new Company Law and the opportunities it presents for new investors into China. Specific topics will include:

    • The Relevanceof Company Law to Foreign Invested Entities
    • A summary of the major changes in the new Company Law and the implications of those changes
    • A brief anatomy of Chinese companies (important to both those seekingto set up businesses and those doing due diligence on local business partners or on acquisition targets)
    • The most common areas where of non-compliance with the Company Law

    We have associated HK Solicitor with partners in Guangzhou. His primary area of practices is corporate commercial and securities law matters with an emphasis on China related transactions.  He has acted on behalf of a number of private and publicly listed companies that have made investments in the PRC and he also sits on the board of directors of three wholly foreign owned enterprises in the PRC.  He also speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin.

    Opportunities Emerging in China from

    New Company Laws

    On  January 1st, 2006, the PRC's new Company Law came into effect.

    Australia China Enterprises Syndicate ( ACES ) forms the basis of all business entities in China, including foreign invested enterprises. The changes introduced have an impact on foreign invested enterprises currently operating in China as well as any foreign companies considering establishing businesses in China.  One notable change is the reduction in the minimum registered capital required to set up a company in China down to a mere RMB$30,000, which will now make it easier for SMEs to participate in the setting up their companies in China.

    We will help you to take a practical approach to what foreign companies need to know about the new Company Law and the opportunities it presents for new investors into China. Specific topics will include:

    • The Relevance of Company Law to Foreign Invested Entities
    • A summary of the major changes in the new Company Law and the implications of those changes
    • A brief anatomy of Chinese companies (important to both those seekingto set up businesses and those doing due diligence on local business partners or on acquisition targets)
    • The most common areas where of non-compliance with the Company Law

    We have associated Solicitor with partners in Guangzhou and Beijing. His primary area of practices is corporate commercial and securities law matters with an emphasis on China related transactions.  He has acted on behalf of a number of private and publicly listed companies that have made investments in the PRC and he also sits on the board of directors of three wholly foreign owned enterprises in the PRC.  He also speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin.

     For information and joining: Contact Us  

  •          Johnson Shiu, J.P.  邵焯輝 太平紳士       

      香港電話 及 Whatsapp  +852 93119968 

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