On the afternoon of April 19th, the third Sino-French Business Negotiation Conference of the Economics Institute was successfully held in the 408 conference room of the Chengdu Campus. Exchange Students from ICN， France and students from Economics Institute, as both parties to the negotiations, conducted a mock business negotiation around the “China Tea Export Trade” He Renhui, deputy secretary of the Party Committee of the Economics Institute, the International Exchange and Cooperation Office, the China Office of ICN China and the Department of International Economics and Trade and Finance were invited to attend.
In this negotiation, the exporter--the representative of the Chinese company first introduced the company's products and company profile, and reviewed the consensus reached by the two parties in the previous negotiations on some of the basic terms. Subsequently, it officially entered the negotiation topic and the two sides negotiated on the negotiation objectives.
In the negotiation process, through the close cooperation of the team, in line with the principle of long-term friendly cooperation and the greatest profit for the company, the players are fully integrated into the practice of business negotiation. The two sides launched a fierce battle around the price of tea, the focus of the debate.
During the midfield break, the exporting company presented a wonderful tea performance, which gave the importing company a more vivid understanding of the tea.
In the second half of the negotiations, after another round of contests, the two sides finally reached a consensus and signed a trade contract. Finally, the two parties took a group photo.
Throughout the whole process of the practical activities, the teachers in the form of actual combat let the students of both sides feel the conflict and cooperation in the process of international trade Both students indicated that this opportunity was rare, which not only improved the ability of communication and communication, but also increased the exchange of Chinese and French students.