This week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited China and was accompanied by a senior business delegation of dozens of Israeli businesspeople from the various industries and companies active in China, as well as from companies interested in penetrating the Chinese market. Delegation members attended a business forum with over 500 invited guests, that was chaired by the Prime Minister. Among the companies that were carefully selected to showcase Israel’s most transformational innovations was elminda.
The visit followed an invitation by Chinese President Xi Jinping and marked 25 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. During this visit, Israel and China signed cooperation agreements in aviation, education, bringing Chinese construction workers to Israel, science, health, environmental protection and a multi-year plan for a task force on strengthening bilateral economic ties
“We will continue the talks on establishing a free trade agreement between China and Israel and we will hold the third joint Israel-China innovation conference. Of course, we are continuing to develop new markets and to open new markets for the Israeli economy. I expect all ministers to cooperate on this, and they are doing so”, said Mr. Netanyahu.