May 30, 2017
Oregon is one of just eight states that has a trade surplus with China, data from the U.S. Department of Commerce shows. While the United States as a whole has a $347 billion trade deficit with China, Oregon enjoys a $3.7 billion trade surplus.
Much of that surplus comes from tech goods exported to the Asian country, like pollution detectors made by Cooper Environmental Services in Beaverton.
Dec 19, 2016
Des Moines,Iowa. Today Octaxias Company President Jin Lan met with Iowa Governor and US Ambassador to China nominee Terry Brandstad with a group of Chinese investors interested in exploring opportunities in Iowa.
Governor Brandstad recalled vividly of his reception of Chinese President Xi Jinping in the 80's. He hopes continued expansion of business relations between China and Iowa and more investment from China into the state.
Chinese investors are looking into a $20 million dollars investment in a education project in Iowa.
October 21, 2015
Beijing- Octaxias Company President Jin Lan today attended a signing ceremony in Westin Hotel during Oregon Governor Kate Brown's trade mission to China between Middle Columbia Economic Development District(MCEDD) And HCI Development LLC, a California limited liability company. HCI is a U.S subsidiary of Hydrochina Corporation for a $2.4 billion potential investment to build a pumped storage facility on Columbia river to benefit state of Washington, Oregon and California.
June 25, 2015
President at Octaxias Company, L.L.C.
House Speakers Tina Kotek and Senate President Peter Courtney, with the assistance of the Oregon - China Sister State Relations Council and Business Oregon, have authorized a delegation of Oregon State Legislators, business leaders and invited guests to participate in the 2015 Legislative & Business Trade Delegation to China starting Oct. 11th and ending on Oct. 23, 2015. There are a few spots open for business delegates. If you are interested, please contact me at email@example.com
(Portland, Oregon)-Octaxias Company, L.L.C. in association with Stanford Center for International Development welcomed a group of 36 high level officials from Guangdong province, China to Portland in the last several days to conduct sustainable development training and field trip to learn the good practice of Oregon as a leader in the US in sustainable development.