Top Chinese officials and business leaders from the Longhua district in the region of Shenzhen are visiting Lithuania next week and have issued an open invitation to Lithuanian companies, investors and business leaders seeking investment to a networking event in Vilnius.

The event next Friday will see Invest Lithuania and Invest Longhua sign a memorandum of understanding and then Lithuanian businesses will have the opportunity to meet leading Chinese entrepreneurs and officials who are looking for opportunities to invest in Lithuania.

The event will be an opportunity to network and get practical advice for Lithuanian entrepreneurs and companies on how they can grow their commercial presence with the support of Shenzhen (Longhua) investors.

The Chinese companies and officials will be looking to explore investment opportunities in Lithuania, across all sectors and industries here.

Some of the investors on the delegation from Longhua have a particular interest in property development and industrial park development opportunities in Lithuania but the delegation is looking for investment opportunities across Lithuania’s industries.

The Secretary of Longhua New District Party Working Committee, Mr Yu Xinguo and a delegation of successful Shenzhen entrepreneurs will be travelling to Lithuania to attend the event.

The event will be held at the Narutis Hotel in Vilnius from 9.30 am next Friday May 27. Those interested in attending should RSVP before next Thursday May 26.

Refreshments will be provided and presentations will start at 9.30 am with the networking event beginning at 11 am.

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