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Tianjin Port Area of China Director Shen Lei Visits Far East Horizon

Source:FAR EAST HORIZON CreateTime:2016-10-31

On 28 October 2016, Tianjin Port Area of China (Tianjin) Free Trade Pilot Zone Committee Director Shen Lei and staff visited Far East Horizon. The company President, Kong Fanxing, CFO Wang Mingzhe and Vice President Shang Bing attended the meeting. The two parties had an in-depth discussion about the consensus reached on their current strategic cooperation and prospects for future cooperation.


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At the meeting, company President Kong Fanxing gave a detailed presentation on Far East Horizon’s current state of development, as well as the progress of the company’s “finance + industry”, development strategy. Mr. Kong indicated that Tianjin’s financial leasing industry has lately become ascendant in terms of its energy to innovate, and had become a finance industry hotspot after Beijing and Shanghai. This makes Tianjin an excellent fit with Far East Horizon's own development needs. Currently, Far East Horizon has established a good and deep strategic partnership with the Tianjin Port Area of China through several of its enterprise platforms located in Tianjin, and can further expand its cooperation with the Port in the future.

 

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Ms. Shen particularly affirmed Far East Horizon’s current development performance and strategic direction for the future, especially in terms of breaking with tradition and forging its own philosophy. Ms. Shen hopes that by attracting well-governed and dynamic enterprises like Far East Horizon to the Tianjin Port Area, they will help promote optimization of the industry development model, and bolster the healthy development of the leasing industry. From now on, it is hoped that on the basis of mutual trust, Tianjin Port Area of China and Far East Horizon will continue to understand each other better and further strengthen their comprehensive strategic cooperation.


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