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China Soft Capital joined CCCEU

On June 19, the Board of Directors of the China Chamber of Commerce to the EU (CCCEU) approved China Soft Capital Management Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter, China Soft Capital) as a member of CCCEU. The CCCEU chairperson Ms. Zhou Lihong extended warm congratulations to China Soft Capital on behalf of the chamber..

Ms. Zhou held video conference with Dr. Wang Guangyu, chairman of China Soft Capital, and Mr. Wang Zhisheng, Executive Partner of the European branch. Ms. Zhou introduced the development history and vision of the chamber, and highlighted the important tasks in 2020. Ms. Zhou said that “We warmly congratulate China Soft Capital on joining the China Chamber of Commerce to the EU, which dedicates on providing services for Chinese enterprises, realizing the mission of fostering economic relations between China and Europe and creating prosperity together.”

Mr. Wang Guangyu expressed that China Soft Capital will make full use of its advantages, integrate deeply into the chamber, and strengthen the cooperation in policy research, corporate social responsibility and public diplomacy, thereby contribute to closer China-EU economic and trade relations.

China Soft Capital is committed to growing into a technology and finance flagship and has been honored as one of China's top 10 private equity institutions, the Golden Bull Award for private equity institutions for many years since its establishment in 2008. Focusing on technology venture capital and asset management, China Soft Capital provides impetus for technology-based enterprises and the new real economy. The group is headquartered in Beijing with branches in Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Hunan, Hubei, Guangdong, Hong Kong and the European Union.

On April 8, 2019, Premier Li Keqiang inaugurated the CCCEU in Brussels, in the hope that the chamber will provide good services for Chinese enterprises, listen to their opinions, establish a image of "golden signboard" for China. Up to now, the CCCEU has 62 members, including collective members representing nearly 1000 Chinese enterprises in Europe.