GE’s still bullish on China

“Global multinational companies are very willing to intensify cooperation with Chinese companies, and Sasac has made it clear it supports and encourages such cooperation”


GE’s boss Larry Culp tells Hao Peng, the head of the State Asset Supervision and Administration Commission (Sasac), that he is open to working with Chinese state firms, particularly on BRI projects. They met in Beijing on Monday during Culp’s first trip to China since he became GE’s CEO last October.

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