• Opportunities for prosperity - objectives, possibilities, benefits

  • Rietumu - universal European bank

  • Eversheds Bitāns - 21st Century lawyers should be able to advise on strategic issues, not just legal ones

  • Freeport of Riga - reducing distances

  • Latio - longstanding experience in the field of real estate

  • Turiba University - the next level of your personality

  • Latvijas Finieris - company with future

  • PATA AB - reliable partner in the forest management

  • Canton Fair E-Commerce

  • Baltic International Bank: European Private Bank for Wealthy Clients

  • Latvijas Dzelzceļš - railway infrastructure services

Ministry of Economics of the Republic of Latvia in China wishes to discuss investment attraction matters and the creation of a Latvian-Chinese think tank to better picture directions for future cooperation. Special attention will be provided to enhancing cooperation within 16+1 format and One Belt One Road project. The Memorandum of Understanding about the joint think-tank was signed in November, 2016 and Ministry of Economics as its representatives to the group of experts has appointed the Latvia-China Business Council and think-tank "CERTUS".

In 2016, Latvia has been entrusted with the organisation of key events in cooperation between Central and Eastern European countries and China ("16+1") – the Meeting of Heads of Government (“Summit”) and related side events – a business forum, a national coordinators’ meeting, a seminar of think tanks – as well as the first 16+1 Transport Ministers' meeting.

1st China - Central and Eastern Europe (CEEC) countries' Transport Ministers' meeting (16+1 format) and the Business conference was held on May 16 - 17 in Riga, Latvia. During the event the outcome document “Riga Guidelines on Closer Cooperation in Logistics” (“Riga Guidelines”) were adopted aimed to foster integrated transport corridor development between Europe and Asia.