PASO ROBLES, CA – November 15, 2018 – Greenbelt Resources Corporation‘s (OTC: GRCO) (Greenbelt) CEO Darren Eng was invited to participate in the recent China-US Business Cooperation Roundtable dinner hosted by Ambassador Zhang Ping at the Consulate residence in Los Angeles earlier this week. The dinner was arranged in collaboration between the Chinese Consulate offices and US-China Cleantech center to establish a dialogue between Chinese government agencies and a select representative group of 12 US company executives doing business in China.
Speaking after the meeting, Eng noted, “Ambassador Zhang Ping actively sought our input on our experience doing business in China. He offered to use the influence of the Consulate office to help facilitate further cooperation between various levels of Chinese government, commerce agencies and banks. Greenbelt greatly appreciates the Consulate’s efforts to ease the challenges faced by US and Chinese cleantech companies, and we admire China’s commitment to promoting sustainability.”
Among the topics discussed were the myriad ways Greenbelt’s technology and expertise can enhance the ability of interested customers to achieve sustainability goals and address China’s ethanol mandate. The Consulate also provided a number of direct suggestions to facilitate accelerating and enhancing Greenbelt’s ongoing business development and fundraising activities related to projects benefiting regional and provincial governments.
About Greenbelt Resources
Greenbelt Resources Corporation™ is an award-winning provider of automated, modular, small scale sustainable energy production systems, products and processes that enable local cost-effective processing and disposal of food, beverage and cellulosic waste to be converted into commercially viable saleable consumer products such as bio ethanol, protein concentrate and fertilizer. Operating in several business segments, Greenbelt provides value added solutions to the cannabis, food, beverage and agricultural industries. For more information visit www.greenbeltresources.com
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