Wang Qinmin hailed CMIC's establishment as a milestone in the development of Chinese private economy.
Top 500 made strong performance in revenues, profit, strategic sectors and overseas investment, innovation, social constribution and structural upgrading.
300 entrepreneurs have signed 266 investment projects and donated 68 million yuan.
ACFIC will guide investors to choose sectors that are environment-friendly and boost jobs.
Fosun, Alibaba, Wahaha and Yitai are among the first to act in the wake of Yunnan earthquake.
China Telecom has made a proposal on ACFIC's information technology modernization.
As reforms deepen, the organizational and working ties between FICs and COCs will be strengthened.
The info technology modernization of Chinese FICs will focus on building a database shared by all contributors, an Internet-based admin platform, and an open-access enterprises service platform.
Both sides called for strengthening professional exchanges between Hong Kong and the Mainland to improve the latter's corporate governance.
The two sides hoped to tighten cooperation to help Mainland private enterprises go global and facilitate business ties with Portuguese-speaking countries.
The Vice Chair called for building COCs in the principles of rallying personages of the non-public economy, serving the interests of private enterprises, and pursuing democratic self-management, systematic rules and CPC leadership.
The Vice Chair visited over 10 grassroots COCs in 5 cities of the central China province.