China-Russia Expo taking place in Russia in July
Updated : 2016-04-06
By ( e.my399.com )
The 3rd China-Russia Expo is scheduled to take place in the city of Yekaterinburg, Russia, July 11 – 14, to showcase the latest products and technological innovations in equipment manufacturing, consumer goods, resource development, agriculture, forestry, engineering, finance, medicine, and tourism.
This is the first time for the event to be held in Russia, with the first two taking place in the city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, and starting out as the China Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair, in 1990, then being upgraded to the China-Russia Exposition, in 2014, to focus on cooperation between the two countries.
This year, the 4-day event will have business forums and round table discussions hosted by the Chinese and Russian governments, as well as promotional activities. Heilongjiang businesses can register for the event by logging onto this year’s official website -- http://russia-china-expo.com -- before June 8 and can apply for an exhibitor and a vehicle pass online before July 4.
This is an important site for Sino-Russian economic and trade cooperation and is sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, Heilongjiang province, and Russia's Economic Development and Industry and Trade ministries. .
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