CNNC signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Agricultural Development Bank of China
In order to implement the spirit of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and the spirit of the National Two Sessions, and jointly serve the national strategy, on March 16, CNNC held an exchange meeting with the Agricultural Development Bank of China and signed a strategic cooperation agreement.
Witnessed by CNNC Party Secretary and Chairman Yu JianFeng and Agricultural Development Bank Party Secretary and Chairman Qian Wenhui, CNNC Party Member and Chief Accountant Wang Xuejun and Agricultural Development Bank Party Committee Member and Vice President Xu Yiding signed the agreement on behalf of both parties.
During the exchange, Yu Jianfeng introduced the development history of the nuclear industry and the operation and management of CNNC. He said that China National Nuclear Corporation and Agricultural Development Bank, as central enterprises and state-owned policy banks, jointly play a supporting role in the national strategy. Pragmatic cooperation.
The two parties signed a strategic cooperation agreement this time, hoping that the Agricultural Development Bank will continue to provide China National Nuclear Corporation with all-round financing support and service guarantee, broaden the scope of cooperation, increase support and cooperation, and work together to create a model of enterprise-bank cooperation.
Qian Wenhui said that as the country’s only agricultural policy bank, the Agricultural Development Bank has been actively fulfilling its political, economic and social responsibilities as a policy financial institution.
China National Nuclear Corporation is a headquarter-level strategic cooperation customer of the Agricultural Development Bank of China. Both parties play an advantageous role in their respective industries. Although they have different responsibilities, they have the same responsibilities. There is great potential for cooperation and broad prospects for cooperation. It is hoped that the two parties will take the signing of this cooperation agreement as a new starting point to further strengthen communication and docking in new energy projects and infrastructure construction, so as to bring the scale of cooperation to a new level as soon as possible.