Mr. Zhao Hongchun, the Chairman of Barmore Group, being Invited to attend the China-UK Investment Culture Exchange Meeting

October 21st, Mr. Zhao Hongchun, the chairman of Barmore Group, the vice President of Guangdong Fashion Jewelry and Accessories Association, was invited to attend the Dinner party of The Rothschilds, having a bil-cultural communication between China and the UK.

 

Moreover, Mr. Zhao hongchun had a visit to Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire. The 4th barons of the Rothschilds, Nathaniel, Charles, Jacob, along with Rothschild personally met the visiting guests, showing them around the manor, introducing the aging history of the Rothschild family as well as tasting their famous wine under the chateau, which from Chateau Mouton Rothschild and Chateau Lafite Rothschild.

 

After the visit, both two representatives discussed the issues of transnational investment between China and the UK. In recent years, there has been an obvious growing trend for Chinese to invest in the local UK. 

 

It is reported that On July 2nd, 2018, China Merchants Group, Centricus, a British investment company, together with SPF Group, a Beijing fund company, announced that they would set up a technology fund with a scale of 100 billion yuan (about 15 billion us dollars). The fund would be named as China New Era Technology Fund. It would be benchmarked against the Vision Fund, whose headquarters locates in London.

 

 

Under the current environment, the Rothschilds are optimistic about the prospects of the development between China and the UK. The rapid development of China provides much opportunities and capital to invest abroad. As the economic center of Europe, Britain has the benefits and foundation for long-term development. Mr. Zhao was impressed by baron Rothschild's remarks. After the meeting, Mr. Zhao had a further discussion about the details of the current economic development, providing unique insights on the direction of development and trends of the jewelry industry in the UK. (china daily report)

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