The Canton Fair has strengthened China’s economic ties with the rest of the world

Canton Fair is an import and export convention that brings people from all over the world to Guangzhou looking for Chinese products to import from China or to find buyers in China for their own products. Needless to say it turns Guangzhou into hell on earth twice a year. The Canton fair runs from about April to the beginning of May in the spring and from October to November in the fall. 162
Within the last few 56 years, the Canton Fair has grown into to turn common important events for small- and medium-sized businesses working to attain lucrative China market and grow their competitiveness belonging to the world. Welcome to Guangzhou, offers Canton fair hotels with big discount.
The Canton Fair has strengthened China’s economic ties with the rest of the world, and Guangzhou’s consulates have played their part in this process. Consulate staff regularly attend important ceremonies and accompany commercial groups as they visit the Fair. By working closely with the China Foreign Trade Center, consulates also help promote the Fair and significantly boost the participation of overseas companies.

To ensure the quality of this fair, exhibition zones are specialized so that products from the same category of an enterprise can only apply for one exhibition zone and the ranges of the five exhibition zones are classified into categories, including small machinery, engineering machinery, and construction and decoration materials.
Canton fair is a major event in China which attracts numerous foreign purchasers to seek deals every year. It is also a barometer for the situation of China’s exports, indicating the changes in foreign orders.

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