Recently, Ontario Business Mission visited China, brought back several major positive benefits for Canada! The Ontario Business Mission has signed a cooperation agreement with the four major online payment systems in China to begin providing aggregated payment services to overseas Chinese.
Witnessed by the attendance of Kathleen Wynne, Governor of Ontario, and Michael Chan, Minister of International Trade of Ontario, Chinese technology company Tencent and OTT International Financial Group announced that they will establish Tencent Cloud Commercial Accelerator in Canada. This cooperation is one of the landmark achievements of the Ontario Trade Delegation this year. Canada Tencent cloud business accelerator will use Tencent’s Internet ecosystem to enhance Canadian and Chinese enterprises in the digital economy era of global management capabilities and promote bilateral trade between the two countries.
Mr. Yang Da, the CEO of Kiwinano Technology, also participated in the cooperation and exchange with China in this delegation. Kiwinano has a solid reputation for cloud services, data services, web services, and financial technology. As a bridge between China and Canada, Mr. Yang Da will devote himself to providing network and data services and support to Canadian enterprises and Chinese enterprises and will realize the mutually beneficial development of both Canada and China.
On Thursday, the delegation will arrive in Beijing and will then go to Nanjing, Chongqing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong before finally going to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi in Vietnam.
The delegation mainly seeks cooperation in medical technology, science and technology and agricultural products. Wayne said international trade is of crucial importance to the province and this trip will open the way for the internationalization of Ontario’s business.