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Offline exhibition areas of the online China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo are much sought by visitors

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Source: REDNET.CN  Author: Xu Shijie  Editor: Liu Na  June 28, 2019 21:58:44

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At the site of offline exhibition areas of the online China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo

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At the site of offline exhibition areas of the online China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo

HUNAN, Jun. 28 (Rednet.cn/Xu Shijie) On June 28, the first China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo (CAETE) was officially opened to popular visitors. As an important part and one of the highlights of the CAETE, the online CAETE has set up an offline exhibition area on the expo site to promote the online expo and China-Africa trade and display Chinese and African specialty commodities.

The offline exhibition area of the Online CAETE has set up the main visual zone, the process experience zone, the product display zone, the business negotiation area, and the live webcast zone. The online platform is displayed in an all-round manner by means of acousto-optic technology, interactive experience, and process simulation. The exhibition attracted friends from African countries including Somalia, Uganda, Côte d'Ivoire Togo, Malawi and Mali.

The on-site staff stated that the online CAETE displayed more than 150 kinds of Chinese products and 90 kinds of African products on site. More than 3,500 professional visitors were attracted on the opening day.

In order to let more people know better about the first CAETE, the Online CAETE has once again opened the live webcast, inviting African friends and relevant business leaders to introduce the local conditions, customs and economic environment in Africa, so that visitors can have a better understanding of Africa. African friends also recommended some specialty products from Africa such as dried mango and macadamia nut on the live webcast.

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