Country for PR: China
Contributor: Xinhua News Agency
Tuesday, November 07 2017 - 21:05
Tiens Holds 22nd Anniversary Celebration in New Delhi
NEW DELHI, Nov. 7, 2017 /Xinhua-AsiaNet/ --

Chinese multinational conglomerate, Tiens Group, held on Sunday its 22nd 
anniversary celebration as well as a series of related activities in New Delhi, 
capital of India.

Approximately 10,000 Tiens' business partners from nearly 50 countries and 
regions participated in this international gathering.  

"Tiens has been actively implementing the Belt and Road Initiative, quickened 
the space of globalization and taken India as its one of the core markets to 
enhance investment and set up more branches and franchised stores," said Li 
Jianing, general manager of investment and development center of Tiens.

"Tiens has divided the global market into 21 areas and optimized its allocation 
of resources," said Li, adding that at present, Tiens has successively forayed 
into about 37 countries and regions, including U.S., Australia, France, the 
Republic of Korea (ROK), the United Arab Emirates (UAE), etc.

According to Li, Tiens will further expand its presence in the Indian 
E-commerce market, develop cooperation with Indian high-quality suppliers and 
take advantage of Tiens' global marketing network to promote Indian featured 
products throughout the world. It will meanwhile constantly add public welfare 
input in India.

Li Jinyuan, chairman and president of Tiens Group, delivered video messages to 
attendees in New Delhi, saying that Tiens will officially launch its new global 
strategy and embark on a new journey of entrepreneurship.

Founded in 1995 by Li Jinyuan in coastal Tianjin city of northern China, Tiens 
group has presence in many fields like biotechnology, health management, 
tourism, education, e-commerce and financial investment, and has branches in 
110 countries and regions. Tiens had access to the Indian market in 2002 and at 
present it runs 12 branches and 75 franchised stores in the country.

SOURCE: Tiens Group

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