Event organiser of the annual Chinese tradeshow, MIE Events has launched the 3rd edition of the China Trade Week Ghana slated for June 19 to 21 at the Accra International Conference Centre.
Speaking at the launch of the event, the International Events Director of MIE Groups, Zahoor Ahmed said Ghana is the preferred destination of the tradeshow because of the good bilateral relations both countries share.
According to him, China-Ghana bilateral exchange reached US$6.67 billion in 2017 representing an 11 percent year-on increase which has positively affected nearly all industry sectors of both countries.
Hence the reason they are bringing more exhibitors, extending the event to June and maintaining the 3 days to allow for more patronage for the general public hoping for the local business community to visit and see what’s new in the 3rd edition of the tradeshow.
Mr. Ahmed further announced that the tradeshow will build on the successful expansion of the Belt and Road Initiative.
According to him, “following the successful Belt and Road forum in Beijeing where heads of governments from across the globe agreed to lift the New Silk Road to the next level by promoting shared growth and collaboration among the 120 countries which support the Belt and Road Initiative, CTW Ghana is the logical step to expand trade relations between China and West Africa”.