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National Chamber supports ‘China Products Show 2017’

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The 3rd edition of the China Products exhibition will be opened on November 22 at 10.00 a.m. at the Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre and will be graced by the Director General of Commerce as the Chief Guest. 

The show will be open to the public from 22nd to 24th November  from 10.00 a.m to 6.00 p.m. The industry partner for the event is National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (NCCSL) for the 3rd consecutive year.  The exhibition is  jointly organized by the China Council for Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT Guangdong Committee), China National Machinery and Equipment Import and Export Corporation (CMEC), Worldex-Sing Ex Exhibitions (Guangzhou) Co. Ltd. and Guangzhou Haisi Exhibition Company.

National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (NCCSL) is the industry parterner for the third consecutive year. The exhibition is managed by Worldex India Exhibition & Promotion Ltd. 
The exhibition will bring around 120 Chinese companies to Colombo, providing an excellent opportunity for Sri Lankan businesses to explore long-term business associations with Chinese companies in the form of tie-ups, joint ventures, collaborations and import-export trading relations. 
The exhibition would showcase an extensive range of products from leading manufacturers from provinces of  China, displaying consumer electronics, home appliances, LED and lighting, building materials, tools and hardware, machinery, furniture and homeware, hospitality products, etc. It will also enable SMEs as well as large entrepreneurs’ and group companies to source quality and innovative Chinese products in Sri Lanka.

The 3rd edition China Products exhibition is one of the most renowned and successful multi-sector B2B international trade shows in Sri Lanka. The exhibition will assist Sri Lankan companies to directly connect with leading Chinese suppliers from various industries and products. The event is expected to attract more than  5,000– 7,000 trade buyers from across Sri Lanka who can view a wide range of products from various sectors at one central location.

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