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BEIJING, April 10 – Peng Youdong, Vice Administrator of State Forestry Administration of China met with Susan Casey-Lefkowitz, NRDC’s Chief Program Officer in Beijing on April 7, 2017. Two sides exchanged views on wildlife protection plan of China and key cooperative fields.

thumb FYG-International cooperation-4.10 Peng Youdong meets NRDCs representative for cooperation

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PUER, YUNNAN, April 7 -- On 7April 2017, the inception meeting of APFNet funded project “Demonstration on Integrated Planning and Management of Forest Ecosystem in Greater Mekong Sub-region (Puer Project Site, P.R.China)”was held in Pu’er Prefecture of Yunnan Province, Southwestern China. Representatives from Yunnan Provincial Forestry Department, Yunnan Academy of Forestry, Forestry Bureau of Pu’er Prefecture, Pu’er Forestry Research Institute, People’s Government of Simao District, Forestry Bureau of Simao District, APFNet Kunming Training Center and APFNet Secretariat attended the meeting. 

thumb FYG-International cooperation-4.7 APFNet supports to promote integrated forest ecosystem management planning and demonstration in GMS region

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BEIJING, March 31 -- Liu Dongsheng, Vice Administrator of State Forestry Administration of China met with John E. Scanlon, Secretary General  of Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora(CITES) in Beijing on 29 March, 2017. 

thumb Inetnational cooperation -3.31Liu Dongsheng meets CITES Secretary-General in Beijing

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BEIJING, November 14 -- Du Yongsheng, Deputy Commander in Chief of National Forest Fire Prevention Headquarter, met with Andrea Leadsom, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs of UK in Beijing on November 14, 2016. Both sides discussed further bilateral cooperation on the wildlife protection.

thumb FYG -International cooperation - 11.16 China-U.K. seek further wildlife protection cooperation

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BEIJING,November 4, China Daily - The National Bank of Canada issued 3.5 billion yuan ($517.8 million) worth of 'panda bonds' in China on Wednesday, the first issuance of such bonds by a foreign financial firm, Xinhua learned from an underwriter on Thursday.

The three-year yuan-denominated bonds, issued on China's interbank bond market, were priced to yield 3.05 percent annually, said the Bank of China (BOC), which was a lead underwriter of the bonds.

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