A group from China will start face-to-face discussions about possibly opening an industrial center in Galt when its delegates sit down at Brewster's restaurant today.
That is only part of the plans as the Galt District Chamber of Commerce and the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce welcome six delegates from the Beibu Gulf Investment Group Corporation. It is a large-scale, state-owned enterprise which manages more than $3.5 billion in infrastructure-related assets in Guangxi, China, according to spokesman Kevin Liu, who lives in the Bay Area.
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