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Lanzhou trade fair to begin exhibitor move-in

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Exhibitor move-in for the 23rd Lanzhou Trade Fair will begin on June 29 and last through July 4, two days before the fair opens on July 6.

The two-floor exhibition area for the fair totals 54,000 square meters, with the first floor dedicated to investment cooperation and second to trade cooperation.

This year’s edition seeks participation of Belt and Road countries, foreign sister provinces and cities, economic and trade organizations, non-governmental organizations, other Chinese provinces, Global 500, Chinese 500, China’s top 500 private enterprises, shopping malls, purchasing agents and professional visitors.

The first floor is mainly composed of four sections for international cooperation, cooperation among provinces, regions and cities, new materials and technology, and entrepreneurship and innovation respectively.

The international cooperation section where participating countries, regions and organizations can promote their images and featured products is aimed at facilitate investment talks and bulk commodity trade.

Malaysia will primarily promote its history, culture, social development, advantageous industries and cooperation projects, most notably the achievements and prospects of China-Malaysian cooperation in economy and trade, energy, culture and tourism at its booth.

Nepal will promote its conditions and customs, tourism and culture.

The 500-square-meter exhibition area for Lanzhou and Lanzhou New Area will feature key industries, enterprises and products.

The second floor is divided into three parts for health industry, imported commodities and cross-border e-commerce respectively.

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