1st CIIE to grace Shanghai in 100 days

By Zhang Jiaqi
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The mascot and logo of the China International Import Expo, unveiled at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai on July 27, 2018. [Photo by Zhang Jiaqi/China.org.cn]

Reaching out arms to the world


He went on to say that the event would comprise not only an enterprise and business exhibition focused totally on imported products, but also would have a 30,000 sq.m. area set aside for exhibitions of different countries presenting their specialties and industrial development.


The high profile of the event not only stems from the presence of  over 200 companies on the Fortune Global 500 list and industry leaders, but also from the opportunity provided for developing and least developed countries to promote the premium goods of their businesses.


The concept of inclusiveness is being conveyed not only in its broad coverage, but also in the expo slogan "New Era, Shared Future" and the logo with the Earth in the middle conveying a meaning of being both  inclusive and diverse.


During this initial CIIE, a forum accommodating an opening ceremony and three parallel sessions will also be held. Themed on "Unleashing New Vigor in Global Trade, Creating a New Pattern for Open and Win-Win Cooperation", the forum aims to serve as a high-standard platform for international communication that can help support trade liberalization and promotes economic globalization.


According to Wang, the CIIE will build a new international public platform featuring global inclusiveness, opening and cooperation and mutually beneficial development, so that China could contribute its strength to promoting economic globalization.

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