Zhou Yuxian was invited to participate in the "Belt and Road" CEO Conference
On October 17, the "Belt and Road" CEO Conference, jointly organized by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, and the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, took place at the China National Convention Center. The conference revolved around the theme of "Building a High-Quality 'Belt and Road' and Collaborating for Common Development and Prosperity." This event served as a platform for industrial and commercial sectors to engage in communication, exchange ideas, facilitate cooperation, sign projects, and deepen collaborations. Foreign representatives attending the "Belt and Road" CEO Conference hailed from over 80 countries and regions. This included more than 20 foreign ministerial officials, 33 heads of foreign business associations, and 59 delegates from the Global Top 500 enterprises. In total, the conference hosted more than 1,200 Chinese and foreign participants. Mr. Zhou Yuxian, who serves as the Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of the Board of Directors of China National Building Material Group (CNBM) and also as the Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Chairman of China National Building Material Company Limited (CNBM), was invited to partake in the CEO Conference.
At the Belt and Road CEO Conference, two overseas projects of China National Building Material were formally signed as key collaboration projects under the Belt and Road Program. Kaisheng Technology and Sinoma Energy Conservation, both members of the Group, entered into project cooperation agreements with partners from Poland and Malaysia. These projects encompass the provision of green new energy solutions and the comprehensive utilization of energy resources. The successful signing of these projects represents a tangible demonstration of the Group's profound integration into the global value chain, industrial chain, and supply chain. It marks the beginning of a new chapter in green development within the context of the "Belt and Road" initiative.