Fa­vor­able busi­ness en­vi­ron­ment

Changjiang Weekly - - FOCUS -

The For­tune 500 ex­ec­u­tives gave high marks on Wuhan's busi­ness en­vi­ron­ment dur­ing the event.

Lin Chun­mei, Vice Pres­i­dent of Corn­ing Inc. who is in charge ofEast Asian gov­ern­ment re­la­tions, said that dur­ing the process oftheir project's set­tling in Wuhan, she was deeply aware ofWuhan's ef­forts in con­tin­u­ously op­ti­miz­ing the busi­ness en­vi­ron­ment, such as com­bin­ing projects to re­duce the nec­es­sary time and pro­ce­dures for ap­proval.

Yao Yao, ThoughtWorks's Di­rec­tor ofOper­a­tions in China, said, "The affin­ity for the city of Wuhan has im­proved a lot in re­cent years. It is much more con­ve­nient for us to in­tro­duce more for­eign clients to our com­pany, so we set­tled our head­quar­ters for R&D in Wuhan."

William Zarit, Pres­i­dent ofthe Amer­i­can Cham­ber ofCom­merce in China, noted that more than 1,000 U.S. com­pa­nies are in­vest­ing in Hubei, and most ofthem are in Wuhan. From the feed­back of the en­ter­prises, they are quite sat­is­fied with Wuhan's in­vest­ment and busi­ness en­vi­ron­ment, and they are also pleased with their co­op­er­a­tion with lo­cal gov­ern­ments and the en­ter­prises here as well.

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