• More than 500 Chinese brand trade companies have signed up to participate in the exhibition.
• The scope of exhibits focuses on agriculture, manufacturing, intelligent manufacturing, building materials, retail and wholesale.
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, China International Exhibition Center Group Corporation, and China Association of Trade in Services have jointly organised the 2021 China- Eastern and Southern Africa International Trade Digital Expo to start on October 13.
The exhibition is expected to help Chinese foreign trade companies break through the epidemic barriers and quickly match supply and demand with buyers from Eastern and Southern Africa countries, promote Sino-African economic and trade and capacity cooperation.
More than 500 Chinese brand trade companies have signed up to participate in the exhibition.
It is expected that more than 1,000 exhibitors will log on to the digital exhibition platform, as well as about 10,000 visitors from South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, South Sudan, and other African countries and regions will register and visit online.
The organisers said that the exhibition takes Chinese companies as the main exhibitors, takes the needs of buyers from Eastern and Southern Africa as the core, adopts the newly upgraded "CCPIT Cloud Expo" platform, and relies on the Internet, big data, and 5G technology to provide enterprises with online communication and negotiation opportunities, as well as accurate matching service.
The scope of exhibits focuses on agriculture, manufacturing, intelligent manufacturing, building materials, retail and wholesale, transportation, infrastructure, information and communications, business services, medical and epidemic prevention among others.
During the exhibition, African Specialty Products "In Africa Industrial Park" will be displayed on the platform.