Shanghai mayor urges Mori Building to keep supporting urban construction in the city

Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met Shingo Tsuji, president and CEO of Mori Building Co Ltd, and his delegation on Wednesday.


Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong met Shingo Tsuji, president and CEO of Mori Building Co Ltd, and his delegation on Wednesday.

Ying said China and Japan are neighbors and their bi-lateral relations are rather important. Shanghai is one of the first cities in China that started exchanges with Japan, and Yokohama is the first city in Japan to establish twin city ties with Shanghai.

Shanghai is willing to further strengthen the cooperation with Japan’s local governments, companies, and the people-to-people exchanges. Ying told his guests that the city is undergoing urban renewal, preservation of historical sites, renovation of the city’s old areas, and improvement of citizens’ living conditions according to a new round of urban renovation master plan.

The Mori Building Co has taken an active role in Shanghai’s development and the city hopes the Mori Building Co can keep supporting Shanghai’s urban development and old areas’ renovation and take part in the city’s new round of urban construction and development.

Shanghai will keep improving its business environment and services for the Mori Building Co and other companies, Ying added.

Tsuji said every time he comes to Shanghai he can feel the city’s appearance is changing for the better. He was impressed by the city’s changes after a visit to the recently-completed Binjiang Footpath on the North Bund. The Mori Building Co hopes to apply its experience in more projects in Shanghai and exert its talent advantages to support Shanghai’s urban construction and development.


Shanghai Mayor Ying Yong (right) meets Shingo Tsuji, president and CEO of Mori Building Co Ltd.



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