War-torn countries explore Chinese market through import expo(3)

2021-11-09 08:06:14Xinhua Editor : Li Yan ECNS App Download

A visitor checks a Syrian essential oil product during the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE) in east China's Shanghai, Nov. 6, 2021. (Xinhua/Lu Peng)

In 2017, just as the company was in a difficult situation, several orders from China became the biggest source of revenue for the company that year. In 2018 and 2019, her continuous participation in the CIIE strengthened her determination to explore the Chinese market. Roula Ali-Adeeb expects to make progress "step by step" through the CIIE platform.

The fourth CIIE attracted nearly 3,000 companies from 127 countries and regions, including 33 least developed countries. The annual fair has become a significant platform for foreign companies to boost exports to the massive Chinese market.

"Personally speaking, I have studied and worked in China for seven years, and the country has offered me educational and entrepreneurial opportunities," Faiz said.

"I have received bunches of attention and warmth at the CIIE and in China," Faiz said.

He also hoped that bilateral trade between Afghanistan and China would continue developing, and more specialty products from Afghanistan would be exported to China.


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