China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Shanghai Sub-Council (CCPIT Shanghai Sub-Council) was founded in 1956. In August 2002, with the ratification of Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, it was also titled Council for the Promotion of International Trade Shanghai (CPIT Shanghai). CCPIT Shanghai Sub-Council (CPIT Shanghai) is a quasi-governmental foreign trade promotion organization and a group member of CCPIT, under whose leadership, it coordinates its work with CCPIT. In the meantime, CCPIT Shanghai Sub-Council (CPIT Shanghai) provides guidance and coordination for local district and county trade promotion organizations in Shanghai.
The objectives of CCPIT Shanghai Sub-Council (CPIT Shanghai) are promoting trade, investment and economic and technical cooperation as well as promoting mutual understanding and friendship between Shanghai and other countries and regions throughout the world.
CCPIT Shanghai Sub-Council (CPIT Shanghai) provides service in the field of international relations, conventions and exhibitions, legal service, arbitration, economic and trade information, etc. It also undertakes business entrusted by relevant departments of the local government and plays a unique role of a “Non-governmental Economic Ambassador”. It is making efforts to build Shanghai into an international economic, financial, trade and shipping center.
Jinling Building, No. 28, Jinling Road (W), Shanghai, China Zip code: 200021
Tel: 86-21-53060228 Fax: 86-21-63869915/63878454