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Delegation of Fiji Deputy Prime Minister Visits Dahua Global Headquarters

2023-11-08282

November 8, 2023 / Hangzhou, China. On the morning of November 7, a high-level delegation led by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Trade, Cooperatives, SMEs, and Communications of the Republic of Fiji Hon. Manoa Kamikamica visited the global headquarters of Dahua Technology. The distinguished guests were warmly received by Mr. Fu Liquan, Chairman and President of Dahua Technology and other senior company executives.



The visit commenced with a formal welcome ceremony, where Mr. Fu extended warm greetings to the foreign delegates. Mr. Fu introduced Dahua’s core capabilities in technological innovation and R&D, comprehensive business scope across industries as well as successful projects around the world. He highlighted Fiji’s remarkable economic strength and investor-friendly policy, stating: “We firmly believe that Dahua can contribute its expertise to help create a stable economic and investment environment to support Fiji’s goals.”


During the visit, the distinguished guests had the privilege of an exclusive tour of Dahua's 7,000 m2 Digital Intelligence Exhibition Hall, featuring the company’s latest breakthroughs in AIoT, smart solutions for cities and enterprises, as well as innovative businesses that harness emerging technologies in various fields. The Deputy Prime Minister’s delegation, accompanied by Dahua executives and business representatives, delved into the exploration of digital development prospects and potential partnerships in infrastructure development, digital education, renewable energy and other areas, with the aim of improving the Fijian people’s quality of life and driving economic development.



Hon. Manoa Kamikamica expressed his admiration for the advancements Dahua has made and its commitment to enabling a safer society and smarter living through innovation. He noted: "Fiji values the importance of innovation and technology in today's world. Our visit to Dahua inspires the possibility of fruitful partnerships that will enable us to build smarter, more sustainable cities."


Dahua Technology has been developing its business in Oceania for over a decade. During this time, it has built a team of over 70 employees dedicated to providing products and solutions to the local market. In addition to growing its channel network and project experience, Dahua is also actively involved in local social responsibility initiatives, including supporting local charities.


Following the Dahua Think# 2.0 corporate strategy, Dahua will continue to focus on the digital innovation and transformation of cities and enterprises, and collaborate with global ecosystem partners to jointly foster the bright future of the digital intelligence industry.