In order to enhance the ability of the Group’s companies to “go global” under the “Belt and Road” policy, on the afternoon of July 18, HIETC held a seminar on “One Belt and One Road” typical country risk analysis and overseas risk management and control. Professional Training. Leaders and some employees from international engineering companies, installation companies, group legal departments, waterway companies, Tianhua Construction Engineering, financial leasing companies, and industrial construction investment development companies participated in the training.
The lecturer of this training, Zheng Gang, is a well-known domestic risk control expert, business intelligence expert, and an expert member of the “Belt and Road” risk task group of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council. Mr. Zheng gave an in-depth explanation of the traditional risks, country risks and political risks of Chinese companies in overseas development, and combined his own years of risk research experience to give practical suggestions. He emphasized that in communication and cooperation with overseas companies, differences should be respected and overall consideration should be given to expand development space and investment opportunities under the premise of controllable risks.
At the training meeting, participants asked questions about the current difficulties in overseas business work, such as how India, Myanmar and other countries can better develop markets, etc. Teacher Zheng Gang answered questions one by one on the spot.
This special training has deepened everyone's understanding of international business risk prevention and control, and has a practical guiding role in the development of overseas markets of various companies, and has strengthened the confidence and courage of "going out". Everyone said that in the future, they will continue to strengthen the learning of relevant knowledge, arm their minds with theory, guide practice, and contribute to the promotion of the group company to open up overseas markets.