COMAC Finance Limited Liability Company visit CnTech

On June 21, Ren Bin, the secretary of COMAC Finance Limited Liability Company, shao guangxing, the chief accountant, peng jinzhu, general manager of the investment department and other members visited CnTech and discussed the cooperation between CnTech and COMAC. Firstly, Mr. Ren visited the CNFSimulator product exhibition center in CnTech building, then communicated with CnTech to learn about the operation and development plan of CnTech company, and discussed the potential cooperation opportunities, investment and financing intentions of both sides.

About COMAC Finance Limited Liability Company:

COMAC Finance Limited Liability Company is a capital operation platform for COMAC implementation of civil aircraft industry incubation, internal resources integration and strategic M&A , which is also a is financial support platform to provide financial service to aviation product. their main business includes industrial investment, financial support, asset management and capital operation, etc., providing fund and financial support for COMAC development .

Source:https://en.cntech.com/comac-finance-limited-liability-company-visit-cntech/

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Company Name: CnTech Co.,Ltd
Contact Person: CnTech
Email: info@cntech.com
Phone: +86 19921090304
Country: China
Website: en.cntech.com

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