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CIIE remains a magnet to global exhibitors

Updated: Sep 16, 2020 By Yuan Shenggao China Daily Print
Preparation is well underway for the third China International Import Expo, which is scheduled to be held from Nov 5-10 in Shanghai. [Photo provided to China Daily]

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Set for Nov 5-10, the third China International Import Expo is less than 50 days away. The CIIE Bureau has made great progress in its preparation and organization of exhibitions.

According to the bureau, this year's event will provide support for the nation's "dual circulation" development pattern, in which the domestic and external demands will complement each other and offer vast opportunities for businesses around the world.

The planned business exhibition space for the third CIIE will cover 360,000 square meters, which is 20 percent larger than last year's planned exhibition area.

Preparation is well underway for the third China International Import Expo, which is scheduled to be held from Nov 5-10 in Shanghai. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Business exhibitions will be divided into six areas displaying food and agricultural products, automobiles, intelligent industry and information technology, consumer goods, medical equipment and healthcare products, as well as trade in services.

Four special subsections dedicated to public health, anti-epidemic products and services, smart transportation, energy conservation and sporting goods will be set up during the event.

The following description by section with facts, numbers and quotes from exhibitors will help you learn more about what the six exhibition areas are offering for this year. It will also highlight key aspects of the show as well as important exhibitors.

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