As of May 13, chief executives from more than 30 French companies gathered at the Sino-France Ecological Park Cooperation Conference held in Longquanyi District in southeastern Chengdu.
The meeting was aimed to discuss issues involving mutual cooperation in constructing an ecological park and environmentally-friendly buildings, and co-developing energy conservation and environmental protection technologies.
At the conference, the China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group, the largest Chinese company engaged in the energy saving industry, and Fortune Global 500 company Lafarge from France signed a Framework Convention on Projects for Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection. This marked Sino-France Ecological Park was officially brought under construction in the Chengdu Economic & Technological Development Zone.
The project will help promote trade and investment cooperation between China and France in new industrial areas, such as energy conservation, environmental protection, new energies, new materials, and high-end equipment manufacturing.