Pastor Micha Ondo takes part in International Exhibition of Chinese Imports

On 5th November, the Minister for Trade and the Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Companies, Pastor Micha Ondo Bile, took part in the first International Exhibition of Chinese Imports (CIIE), which is taking place in Shanghai until 10th November.

This is a global event with the participation of 130 countries and regions, and over 2800 companies, and its aim is to deal with importation and trade exchange. Machinery and technology from various sectors come together in a single space. The CIIE provides exhibitors with an excellent opportunity to go beyond the norms and break with current levels of trade. It also provides the opportunity for developing countries to commit to Chinese companies and show their products.

This exhibition is part of the Belt and Route strategic initiative that aims to support the growth and opening of international trade, and cooperation in the commercialisation of products.

The exhibition, organised by the Chinese Imports Office and the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, at the National Centre for Exhibitions and Conventions in Shanghai, is jointly sponsored by the People’s Republic of China Ministry for trade and the People’s Municipal Government of Shanghai.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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Pastor Micha Ondo takes part in International Exhibition of Chinese Imports

On 5th November, the Minister for Trade and the Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Companies, Pastor Micha Ondo Bile, took part in the first International Exhibition of Chinese Imports (CIIE), which is taking place in Shanghai until 10th November.

This is a global event with the participation of 130 countries and regions, and over 2800 companies, and its aim is to deal with importation and trade exchange. Machinery and technology from various sectors come together in a single space. The CIIE provides exhibitors with an excellent opportunity to go beyond the norms and break with current levels of trade. It also provides the opportunity for developing countries to commit to Chinese companies and show their products.

This exhibition is part of the Belt and Route strategic initiative that aims to support the growth and opening of international trade, and cooperation in the commercialisation of products.

The exhibition, organised by the Chinese Imports Office and the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, at the National Centre for Exhibitions and Conventions in Shanghai, is jointly sponsored by the People’s Republic of China Ministry for trade and the People’s Municipal Government of Shanghai.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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