Cui joined the Trade Development Bureau of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) after graduation from university in 2004. She had been working with MOFCOM for 16 years. Her main duties included: Organize multilateral or bilateral economic and trade exchanges to accompany high-level state visits, expanding contacts with overseas trade promotion agencies and carrying out global cooperation, supporting China-U.S. sub-national economic and trade cooperation, and holding national level expositions and promote import.
From 2008-2011, Cui worked at the Economic and Commercial Counsellor’s Office of the Chinese Embassy in Israel as a diplomat and focused on the promotion of bilateral trade and investment activities and cultural, technological and commercial exchanges between the two countries.
Now She is representing IEDB in Beijing and has been engaged in advertising Hainan Free Trade Port, developing relations with central government departments and broadening the global network for IEDB, trying to help global investors better locate potential projects and partners in the free trade port.Share