Magnetic Field effect in Chinese Market
Greek cuisine and art, cashew nuts in Tanzania, palm oil in Indonesia, new helicopters and cars in Russia. Stroll through the second Expo venues, a dazzling array of goods, highlighting the strong magnetic field effect of the Chinese market on enterprises from all over the world.
Walking into the Czech National Pavilion, the "industrial wind" is coming head on, with light aircraft, automobiles, precision optical equipment and other high-tech products becoming the protagonists. Von Drachek, chairman of the House of Representatives of the Czech Parliament, believes that the Expo provides a unique platform for display and exchange among countries and enterprises. The Czech Republic hopes to showcase its unique products and technologies to the Chinese market and strengthen economic, trade and cultural exchanges with China and the world as a whole.
In order to support least developed countries to better enjoy the fruits of economic globalization, the second Expo provided two standard booths free of charge to each of the 40 least developed countries participating in the Enterprise Fair. At the first Expo, the International Trade Centre, a joint organization of the United Nations and the World Trade Organization, organized 100 small and medium-sized enterprises from 25 least developed countries around the world. "this year we have organized another 100 small and medium-sized enterprises to look for business opportunities." Gonzalez, executive director of the International Trade Center, said that the Expo is an excellent platform for small and medium-sized enterprises from all over the world to enter the Chinese market. Participating in the Expo will help these enterprises to understand the needs of Chinese consumers, improve product quality and enhance the competitiveness of enterprises.
A year ago, Utafi Purcell, Minister of Industry, Labour and Public Enterprises of Samoa, participated in the Expo "alone". He was deeply touched by the surging crowd and vigorous business opportunities. This time, Purcell led 10 Samoan enterprises to participate in the exhibition. "Samoa is one of the first South Pacific island countries to sign a 'Belt and Road Initiative' cooperation agreement with China, and Samoa is deeply aware of the market opportunities brought about by China," he said. The Expo allows our enterprises and products to embrace a broader market. "
In his keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the second Expo, President Xi Jinping solemnly declared China's measures to continuously promote a higher level of opening up to the outside world, making the world feel China's determination and courage to open wider to the outside world further. It has also strengthened the confidence of enterprises from all over the world to further invest in the Chinese market.
Loading, transporting, identifying, sorting. The garbage sorting robot, the leading product specially prepared by the Swiss ABB group, has adapted to the various dry, wet and recyclable waste prepared for it by its staff, and the appearance of "approachable" in Shanghai, where the garbage is sorted throughout the city, has been specially prepared by the Swiss group, the garbage sorting robot, which has been adapted to the various dry, wet and recyclable waste prepared for it. Zhang Zhiqiang, senior vice president and president of the group, said: "China's efforts to further open up and improve the business environment have provided fertile ground for foreign enterprises to expand and develop in China. We are optimistic about the development prospects of the Chinese market for a long time, and will persist in taking root in China and continue to devote ourselves to the development and investment in the field of scientific and technological innovation. "
"China, which adheres to the concept of green development, provides great opportunities for clean energy technologies and products, and we have full confidence in the Chinese market." German Becker ship system president Dick Lehmann said. Becker's Harburg Energy Technology demonstrated at the Expo the clean and environmentally friendly mobile shore power solution "Becker LNG power cabinet", which has aroused great interest from domestic port enterprises.
Meng Jiao, chairman of Qualcomm China, said: "President Xi Jinping's keynote speech not only gave us a deep feeling of China's firm belief in continuously promoting a higher level of opening up to the outside world, but also saw concrete measures. This has further strengthened our confidence in cooperation and investment in China. "
Serbian Prime Minister Burnabic said that China's rapid development proves that growth and development can only be achieved through international cooperation in the 21st century. China's policy of opening to the outside world is not only conducive to China's sustainable development, but also brings opportunities to all countries in the world. In the view of Jamaican Prime Minister Holnis, the Expo demonstrated China's concept of openness and inclusiveness. "China is committed to promoting global trade and investment and will allow more countries and people to share the fruits of development." (reporter Zhao Cheng, Wang Hui, Chen Shangwen and Peijuan)