The second China-Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) Expo & International Consumer Goods Fair is being held in Ningbo from June 8 to 11. [Photo/WeChat account: zjzsqdxq]
Zhoushan in East China's Zhejiang province organized more than 100 local companies to attend the second China-Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) Expo & International Consumer Goods Fair, which is being held in Ningbo from June 8 to 11.
Two investment promotion activities focusing on the quantum-dot display industry and the marine economy were also held by the Zhoushan municipal government during the event.
Statistics show that in 2020, the imports and exports of Zhoushan with 17 CEEC countries totaled 734 million yuan ($114.91 million), including 587 million yuan in exports.
Last year, Zhoushan's five largest import markets were Greece, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary, while Greece, Poland, Croatia, Bulgaria, and Serbia were its five largest export markets.
The China-CEEC expo is displaying products and achievements in sectors including finance, agriculture, health, education, as well as tourism.
One highlight of the exhibition is that it gathers a group of high-tech products and projects from leading companies in Central and Eastern European countries, such as planes from Slovenia, top-notch healthcare beds from the Czech Republic, as well as anti-reflective glass from Latvia.
More than 100 companies from Zhoushan attend the event. [Photo/WeChat account: zjzsqdxq]