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Published on : Friday, June 5, 2015
The China Trade Week will bring together Chinese companies across various industry sectors including building and construction, consumer electronics, electric vehicles, plastic molding equipment and materials, home electrical goods, green energy solutions, portable housing solutions and elevators system.
Organized by MIE Events, a leading organizer of trade fairs in Dubai and China, the trade week will be the first comprehensive China-focused trade event to be hosted in Kenya and the East Africa region.
The 3-day event is designed to provide Chinese companies with a unique opportunity to meet, discuss and develop trading and business partnerships with both Kenyan entrepreneurs and the region’s business community across various commercial sectors.
Speaking during the announcement, MIE Events, Managing Director, David Wang said: “Kenya is the most developed economy in Eastern Africa and also the economic, commercial, and logistical hub of the entire region. Importantly, the China-Kenya economic cooperation and trade in various fields has gained momentum over the years, and it is the very reason why we are holding the China Trade Week in Nairobi.”
This announcement comes in the wake of increased trade activities between China and Kenya, which continues to influence bilateral relations of the two countries.
Gary Robinson MIE Events, International Director, said the company is delighted to provide a trade environment that is conducive to creating stronger ties between Chinese companies and the local business community looking to source for products and services from China.
The exhibition will feature a series of practical and highly informative workshops and sessions on the best practices of doing business in China.