On the morning of April 29th, the second Sino-French simulation business negotiation of the Economics Institute ended successfully in the conference room 1-408 of Chengdu Campus.
Exchange Students from ICN, France and students from Economics Institute, as both parties to the negotiations, conducted an international marketing contract simulation business negotiation around the "Hongyang Kiwifruit Trade". Xia Xinrong, deputy director of the International Exchange and Cooperation Department, Jiang Yuansheng, deputy dean of the Economics Institute, He Renhui, deputy secretary of the Party Committee, and the teachers of the Chengdu Municipal Department of Education and the Department of International Economics and Trade were invited to attend the event.
The meeting first introduced the specific situation of the Chinese company and reviewed the consensus basis reached by the two parties in the first three rounds of negotiations .Subsequently, officially entered the negotiating issue, the two sides negotiated on the objectives of the negotiations, and combined various chart data to clarify the interests of both parties. A war without smoke began. In the negotiation process, through close teamwork, in line with the principle of developing long-term friendly cooperation and winning the most profit for their own company, the players are integrated into the real business negotiation. The two parties are pricing around the transaction currency and product price. Finally, the two sides finally reached an agreement and successfully signed an international marketing contract.
It is reported that the second Sino-French simulated business negotiation lasted two weeks, and the negotiation was the final round of the fourth round of contract negotiations. Throughout the whole process of the event, the Economics Institute takes the international teaching as the background and aims at face-to-face competition. It aims to enable Chinese and French students to exercise their ability in simulation and promote communication.