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Gulf`s largest Chinese home products exhibition opens in Dubai

As many as 200 suppliers from China are taking part in the Gulf region`s largest exhibition of Chinese home products which was inaugurated in Dubai.



Dubai: As many as 200 suppliers from China
are taking part in the Gulf region`s largest exhibition of
Chinese home products which was inaugurated in Dubai.

Those participating in the exhibition include suppliers
of furniture, textiles, electronics, interior decorations,
kitchen and bathroom equipment, building materials, and
products for mothers and children.

The exhibition that was inaugurated by Sheikha Lubna bint
Khalid Al Qasimi, UAE Minister of Foreign Trade will take
place until Thursday.

According to the event organisers Meorient International
Group, high profile Chinese manufacturers and suppliers of
home products are using the exhibition to expand their
regional business operations and to source distribution
partners across the GCC.

Pan Jianjun, General Manager of the Meorient
International Group said, "Many famous Chinese enterprises
have chosen the China Homlife Show in Dubai as their new Silk
Road to the Middle East market. They are participating in the
event to promote their brands and meet new business partners."

"With over 1,000 products on display, the exhibition also
provides a unique sourcing platform for trade visitors and
consumers looking for high quality and cost-effective home
products from China," he added.

Running alongside the show, the China Modern Calligraphy
and Paintings exhibition will showcase traditional calligraphy
and painting works created by great artists.

The exhibition is being held outside China for the first
time in Dubai, following successful events staged in Beijing,
Shanghai, Wenzhou, Chengdu, Shenzhen and Macau.

PTI

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