360 entities registered to take part in Mongolia-China Expo

2019-08-15 12:19:58

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ The third Mongolia-China Expo will be held in Hohhot, Ulanqab, and Tongliao cities of Inner Mongolia, China between September 6 and 10.

MNCCI, Supporting Association for Mongolian Entrepreneur, and Misheel expo on August 6 started registering the forum’s participants from Mongolia and 360 entities have been registered.

The third expo’s co-organizers are Mongolia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Road and Transport Development, Customs General Administration, General Agency for Specialized Inspection, Ulaanbaatar Railway JSC, and the Agency for Standardization and Metrology.

Head of Department of SME and Cooperative Policy Implementation of the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry Ya.Erdenesaikhan said, “Meetings and forum on the development of economic cooperation and trade and investment discussions will be held at the expo besides a trade fair for promoting Mongolian-made products to the Chinese market.” A cashmere forum, exhibition, and fashion show are also planned to be organized.

Furthermore, an exhibition about Mongolia’s culture and traditions will be mounted in one of the three venues, Ulanqab. The expo’s theme will be about tourism, agriculture, and mining. One of the events featured in the expo program is the Northeast Asia Regional Cooperation Forum to be attended by around 700 representatives. Other events include a forum on Mongolian and Chinese legal services in trade, Mongolia-China standardization cooperation forum, Mongolia-China-Russia education forum, second Mongolia-China technology transfer forum, and cashmere forum between Mongolia, Russia, China, Italy, and South Korea.

Officials highlighted that the Mongolia-China Expo 2019 coinciding with the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and China will be of importance in achieving the goal to bring trade turnover between the two countries to USD 10 billion by 2020.