Romania’s Minister-delegate for Infrastructure and Foreign Investment Projects Dan Sova is attending, September 2-7, a meeting in Beijing of the Romanian-Chinese Economic Cooperation Commission, Agerpres informs, in the field of transport infrastructure. The committee will be looking into the latest economic and social developments in Romania and China. Dan Sova and Chinese leaders will also discuss the latest developments in the approval and coming into force of a cooperation agreement between the Romanian Government and the Chinese Government on intensifying bilateral infrastructure cooperation, as well as the possibilities for actual implementation of the agreement. The coordinators of the Romanian-Chinese consultative board in the field of transport infrastructure are expected to present their audit reports and proposals for future developments in the bilateral economic and commercial ties will be examined. During the five-day session Sova is scheduled to meet the management of China’s Commerce Ministry; leaders of Chinese companies including Sinohydro, China Railway 18 Bureau, China Road and Bridge, China Communications Construction Company (CCCC), China Dalian Holding Co., China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), Huawei Cooperation as well as representatives of banking companies, including China Exim Bank and China Development Bank.