Side by side – The national flags of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

Trinidad and Tobago and China will be exploring further areas of cooperation in trade and business tomorrow, Wednesday 22 September 2021, when the China-Trinidad and Tobago Investment Cooperation Forum—an online meeting of representatives of both countries—takes place.

The event is being hosted by The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China, in collaboration with InvesTT Limited.  It is scheduled to take place between 8:00 and 10:30 am.

Minister of Trade and Industry, Senator Paula Gopee-Scoon, is expected to bring remarks from Trinidad and Tobago.  H. E. Fang Qiu, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China, as well as H.E. Analisa Low Ambassador of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to the People’s Republic of China are scheduled to give opening remarks to the Forum with follow-up remarks and presentations from a distinguished panel of business leaders and trade experts.

InvestTT explains the Forum will introduce the latest developments and policies related to the investment cooperation between China and Trinidad and Tobago and analyse the opportunities and challenges for investors in the post-pandemic era, “with a view to promoting the pragmatic cooperation in all aspects between the two countries, including manufacturing, transportation, digitization, new energy, e-commerce and logistics.”

Representatives from provincial governments and businesses of China, and representatives from investment and trade promotion entities, industrial associations and businesses of Trinidad and Tobago will be in attendance.

InvestTT says the China-T&T Investment Cooperation Forum is open to the public, and can be accessed via a Zoom link which will be provided on its Facebook page,