The MIE Events Group, the China Trade and Trade Fair - Middle East 2015, will be held from 7th to 9th December 2015 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC). The event is attended by more than 200 exhibitors from China looking to enhance networking opportunities with regional sales agents, wholesalers and distributors. The exhibition is a business destination in the Middle East, bringing together major Chinese companies, manufacturers and shareholders, and to develop the commercial bases and relations in the field of business management.
The exhibition will also expand the business environment in the region and provide opportunities to supply new commodity sources and negotiate trade cooperation in a number of trade sectors. The exhibition will highlight the best Chinese goods from various sectors such as: building materials, car parts and accessories, electronics, printing, packaging and materials. Plastic, decorative items and interior design, consumer goods, food and beverage, clothing, home textiles, Chinese arts and crafts, electricity, energy, lighting, printing, home electrical appliances, electronics, health care, sports, here thousands of products.
The exhibition organizers annoubced that they have received the appropriate support from the stakeholders and work closely with the Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the UAE Ministry of Economy. David Wang, Managing director of MIE Events Group said that with the exception of the exhibition in 2013, Ping launched a new initiative called "One Belt, One Road", a slogan that describes China's desire to restore the ancient Silk Road commercial routes to life. Middle East and especially the UAE has a great strategic importance in the success of the Chinese-one belt initiative, one way to provide the largest import and export hub in the region and more developed.
He stressed that the UAE is currently China's second largest trade partner in the Gulf Region and the largest in terms of purchasing Chinese poducts. It is logical to host this unique event in Abu Dhabi, which will help to further develop these political, commercial and cultural relations. The announcement follows an increase in trade between China and the United Arab Emirates, which continues to affect bilateral relations. The exhibition creates stronger relationships between Chinese exhibitors and regional companies looking to develop ties with China's main exporter.