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Chinese Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines Warmly Welcomed the Visit of the Delegation of China Boai Medical Investment Group

  News of Chinese Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines: the six -member delegation led by Chairman Lin Zhicheng of Boai Medical Investment Group paid the visit to the Chamber and received warm welcome of the chairman Wu Qifa of the Chamber and other leaders; both sides held cordial and friendly talks.

  Chairman Wu Qifa extended a warm welcome to the arrival of the delegation and briefly introduced the purpose and responsibilities of the Chamber, and highly praised Boai Group for the long term contribution and efforts to public philanthropy as well as to the improvement of medical level.

  Chairman Lin gave an overview of Boai Group, meanwhile, he also expressed the wish of strengthening communication and contact with the Philippine Chinese community, enhancing exchanges and seeking common development.

  Attended as follows: Chairman Wu Qifa, Deputy Chairman Ke Zhichao, Secretary-General Chen Hanbing, director Wang Tizhong, director Yang Hongming, director Cai Xiangjin, director Wang Jinmu, director Shi Chaofu , director Yang Jiaxiong, executive director Zhang Jianzong, executive director Wu Qingquan, executive director Chen Shoujian, executive director Cai Qingzong, executive director Li Ronggui, executive director Zeng Feihu, executive director Xu Shuzhan, director Wang Wenting, director Bao Jinxing, director Zeng Feiqi, director Wang Limin, etc.

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Both sides held talks and exchanged souvenirs

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