Netanyahu meets Chinese representatives, advancing dialogue over bilateral business ventures

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with representatives from China’s National Development and Reform Commission, as part of a scheduled three-day summit that saw more than 200 Chinese officials and businessmen arrive in the Jewish state for strategic dialogue with local businesses, entrepreneurs and government officials. During their meeting, Prime Minister Netanyahu said he places “great importance on developing” Israel’s commercial ties with China, referring to the bilateral relations between the two countries a “winning combination.” Netanyahu declared that “The future belongs to those who innovate,” and the ever-developing business dialogue between Jerusalem and Beijing will significantly influence the growth of both respective economies.