Chinese businessmen seek to invest in Argentina's tourism sector
The President of the Nation, Mauricio Macri, received today in Casa Rosada, the Chinese businesswoman, Pansy Ho, president of the Tourism Global Economy Forum
Pansy Ho, the president of the Tourism Global Economy Forum, which is held annually and of which Argentina and Brazil are strategic partner countries in its 2019 edition, led the visit in search of investment opportunities, with an agenda that included a tour of the Iguazú Falls and presentations with the Secretary of Tourism of the Nation, Gustavo Santos.
The agenda, coordinated by the Secretary of Tourism of the Nation, included a tour of Puerto Iguazú and Buenos Aires, as well as different meetings designed to present the offer of tourist investment in accommodation and ecotourism in Argentina. In this regard, they met with Secretary Santos, with authorities from the National Investment Agency, the National Parks Administration, and the Argentine Chamber of Tourism.
The president of the Nation, Mauricio Macri, received today in Casa Rosada, the Chinese businesswoman, Pansy Ho, who told him his intention to make tourism investments in the country. Secretary Santos also participated in this meeting.
"We have to promote and disseminate the country's natural destinies throughout the world, which is why we call on foreign and domestic investors to join us in developing Argentina's potential, which allows the generation of genuine employment, economic roots and development," he said. the Secretary of Tourism of the Nation, Gustavo Santos.
The intense agenda of the businesswoman included a tour of the City of Buenos Aires, a visit to the Iguazu Falls, a meeting with the Secretary of Tourism and members of the Argentine Chamber of Tourism, and foreseen meetings with representatives of the City of Buenos Aires Aires, and the provinces of Jujuy, Corrientes, Mendoza and Río Negro to present tourism investment opportunities.
The Chinese delegation will meet tomorrow with provincial authorities, the National Investment Agency and National Parks.
The delegation was integrated by Wang Ping, president of the China Chamber of Tourism; Wang Ze Zhong, Deputy Director of the Production and Development Department of the China Chamber of Tourism; Yuan Huihong, General Manager of the Department of Business Culture and Tourism of Zhejiang Humanistic Gardens Co; Jenny Feng, vice president of Paradise Entertainment Limited; Guo Xing, of the China Women's Chamber of Commerce; Jason Wang, Operations Director of the World Tourism Economics Forum (GTEF) and Executive Director of the Research Center for Global Tourism Economics; Rita Botelho dos Santos, General Secretary of the Collaborative Forum for China-Lusophone-Latin America-Caribbean Development; and Bonnie Tang, associate director of Shun Tak Holdings Limited.