TIENS Group Chairman Li Jinyuan meets President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa

Date:2018-11-12 Publisher:Tiens

Chairman Li Jinyuan accepted the invitation from President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa to visit South Africa. Li Jinyuan, Chairman of Tiens Group with Group executives arrived Johannesburg on November 6thfor the official visit. President Ramaphosa and the Cabinet members in economy and trade fields welcomed LiJinyuan and held a business talk. President Ramaphosa indicated that South Africa attaches great importance to the bilateral relationship between China and South Africa and that South Africa welcomes TIENS Group to continue business operations in South Africa and to create economic reciprocity for mutual prosperity and development.

\President Ramaphosa (right)gave his best wishes to Chairman Li Jinyuan (left) for the success of development

The President pointed out that TIENS Group represents one of the top multinational conglomerates from China. The President indicated that Tiens has brought remarkable change to the lives of 120,000 families for 20 years. President said the achievements are recognized and showed sincere appreciation from him and the People of South Africa.

Chairman Li responded to President Ramaphosa that TIENS Group has benefited by the openness of preceding presidents of South Africa. Li said that the supportive economic policies are also the factors to encourage foreign investors to do business. Li briefed the President about Tiens’ global development presently and the investment plan in South Africa in near future.

\Chairman Li shared his investment plan in South Africa with President Ramaphosa

“One Body, Multiple Wings” is the core strategy of Tiens Group to drive all business development globally. Chairman Li told President Ramaphosa that the Strategy has been implemented successfully, and it will be implemented in South Africa including e-Commerce, Medical services/healthcare and Benitense - the Product Experience Center, showcases Tiens’ new retail business opportunities.

President Ramaphosa reflected with high interest in this development plans of TIENS in South Africa. His Excellency expects the investment will bring more resources to accelerate the development of the nation.

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