Romania could be an EU entrance gate for Chinese goods, the Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee of the Senate, Varujan Vosganian (PNL) said yesterday, according to Agerpres. During talks to the delegation of the Economic Committee of the Political Advisory Conference of the Chinese People, led by Committee President Zhang Zuoji, currently on a visit to Romania, Varujan Vosganian stated that Romania’s EU membership would be an opportunity for stepping up Romanian-Chinese trade. He spoke to the Chinese delegation about Romania’s exporting potential, adding that, should there be enough demand on the Chinese market, our country would be ready to export mining equipment, railway materials, chemical fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, wines, honey, mineral water and grains. Vosganian noted that Romania could use China’s experience with regard to infrastructure and especially the construction of motorways. According to him, among the objectives Romania and China should envisage from now on, apart from the development of bilateral trade, there should also be ‘the involvement of businessmen and each country’s respective experience with a view to helping the other one develop its economy’.