China’s CIIE: Global Recognition for Development & Cooperation
China’s CIIE: Global Recognition for Development & Cooperation

China’s CIIE: Global Recognition for Development & Cooperation

The sixth China International Import Expo (CIIE), which commenced in Shanghai on November 5th, has garnered international acclaim for its pivotal role in facilitating business opportunities for global enterprises, fostering international trade and cooperation, and driving global economic development. Leaders and officials from various countries have recognized the significant contributions of CIIE in promoting development and cooperation on a global scale.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese hailed the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, in force since 2015, for doubling trade in goods and services between the two nations. This agreement has not only made high-quality Australian products more accessible to Chinese consumers but has also provided essential inputs to Chinese businesses. Albanese emphasized the mutual benefits of cooperation and expressed the Australian government’s commitment to dialogue and collaboration with China.

Cuban Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz expressed Cuba’s unwavering support for the CIIE and its potential to drive global economic recovery and innovative trade development. He recognized the critical role the event plays in fostering international economic ties.

Kazakh Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov highlighted China’s significance as Kazakhstan’s largest trading partner, with the CIIE serving as a platform for over 30 Kazakh enterprises. Smailov reiterated Kazakhstan’s commitment to utilizing this platform to bring high-quality products to the vast Chinese market, foreseeing substantial development opportunities in the years ahead.

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic emphasized the importance of the CIIE in deepening Serbia-China relations, noting that Serbia was one of the early adopters of the expo. She highlighted the significant increase in trade between the two countries from 2018 to 2022, showcasing the positive impact of CIIE on bilateral economic ties.

Iran’s First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber highlighted the participation of Iranian companies in CIIE, aiming to showcase Iran’s strengths across various sectors. He emphasized the importance of nations sharing development opportunities, supporting a multilateral trade system, and ensuring the stability of industrial and supply chains.

South African Deputy President Paul Mashatile expressed gratitude to China for opening its market to the world, particularly to African countries. He acknowledged CIIE as a platform that allows companies from around the globe to showcase their products, expand their partnerships, and contribute to balanced trade relations.

Rebeca Grynspan, secretary-general of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, underscored China’s commitment to promoting cultural exchange and innovative trade practices. She emphasized that opening up is not just about eliminating trade barriers and encouraging investment; it is also about embracing new ideas and fostering cultural exchange.

The sixth China International Import Expo continues to play a pivotal role in promoting global development, fostering international cooperation, and strengthening economic ties among nations. It serves as a testament to China’s commitment to inclusive and innovative global trade practices.


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