Preparations underway for China-Russia Expo
Updated : 2019-06-14
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Preparation work for the 6th China-Russia Expo, a major platform for economic and trade cooperation between Beijing and Moscow, is currently underway at the Harbin International Convention Center.
The expo, together with the 30th China Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair, the largest annual trade fair of its kind in Heilongjiang province, will be held in Harbin, Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, from June 15-19.
This year’s expo has the slogan “Sino-Russia regional cooperation: opportunity, potential, and future”. It will highlight key Sino-Russian cooperation projects and achievements in modern agriculture, equipment manufacturing, aerospace, minerals, and cross-border e-commerce.
The expo will cover an area of 86,000 square meters and include three indoor exhibition halls and an outdoor exhibition area featuring a China-Russia cooperation pavilion, a pavilion for Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, and international exhibitors, an electromechanical pavilion, and a large machinery exhibition area.
Some 1,360 enterprises from 34 countries and regions have confirmed that they will participate in the expo, including enterprises from the 18 oblasts of Russia.
The Harbin International Convention Sports Center, the venue for the 6th China-Russia Expo and the 30th China Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair. [Photo/dbw.cn]
Interior of the Harbin International Convention Sports Center, the venue for the 6th China-Russia Expo and the 30th China Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair. [Photo/dbw.cn]
The venue for the opening ceremony of the Russia Pavilion of the 6th China-Russia Expo. [Photo/dbw.cn]
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