China International Import Expo (CIIE)

2019/12/17 13:49


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【オークランド(ニュージーランド)2019年12月16日PR Newswire=共同通信JBN】中国国際輸入博覧会(China International Import Expo、CIIE)事務局代表とNew Zealand Trade and Enterprise(ニュージーランド貿易経済促進庁)は12月9日ニュージーランドのオークランドで開かれた2020年CIIEのためのプロモーションイベントで了解覚書に調印した。




CIIE事務局副ディレクター兼National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai)(上海国家会展中心)理事長であるスン・チェンハイ氏によると、今年のCIIEでのニュージーランドの出展者数は第1回CIIEと比べて約40%増加し、総展示面積も約20%増えた。








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CIIE bureau signs MOU with New Zealand


AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Dec. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire=KYODO JBN/ --

Representatives from the China International Import Expo Bureau and the New Zealand

Trade and Enterprise signed a memorandum of understanding at a promotion event for

the 2020 edition of the CIIE in Auckland, New Zealand on Dec 9.

CIIE bureau signs MOU with New Zealand

A month after the conclusion of the second China International Import Expo (CIIE),

overseas roadshows are in full swing to welcome foreign companies to tap into

the growing Chinese market and seize business opportunities at next year's edition.

Having attended the CIIE for two consecutive years, the New Zealand government

and enterprises expressed continued interest in participating in the 2020 event

after a promotional roadshow in Auckland, New Zealand on Dec 9.

The number of New Zealand exhibitors at this year's CIIE increased by about 40 percent

compared with the inaugural edition, while the total exhibition area also increased by

about 20 percent, said Sun Chenghai, vice director of the CIIE Bureau and chairman of

the Board of the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).

Caroline Bilkey, director of Foreign Affairs and Trade at New Zealand's Auckland office,

hailed the CIIE as a great platform for her country's enterprises to expand to the Chinese

market. She also pointed out that New Zealand companies have reaped benefits from

the expo over the past two years.

More than 60 New Zealand companies participated in the second CIIE, accounting

for an exhibition area of more than 6,000 square meters.

New Zealand companies are welcomed to support the third CIIE and play a more

important role in the Chinese market, according to Huang Yuefeng, economic and

commercial counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in New Zealand.

During the event, the CIIE Bureau and the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

signed a memorandum of understanding for next year's expo.

New Zealand's largest trading partner, China is also the Oceanian country's top

export market and source of imports.

Official statistics show that in 2018, bilateral trade between the two nations totaled

$16.86 billion. New Zealand's exports to China last year were valued at $11.08 billion.

The second CIIE concluded with $71.13 billion worth of tentative deals reached

for one-year purchases of goods and services, a sharp rise as compared to last year.

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