China's "Belt and Road Initiative" is a comprehensive framework for organizing multinational economic development and trade, which has inspired the creation of China Trade Week (CTW).
Under the background of "Belt and Road Initiative"MIE has already successfully held several high-quality Chinese goods exhibitions in the countries along the route.
Established in 2013, China Trade Week had its first event in the United Arab Emirates which was warmly welcomed by the local community. After the successful event in the UAE, it was followed by our first African event in Kenya in 2015 which had an even bigger response.
China Trade Week series of events has always been successful with more than 5000 government institutions and enterprises participating the event. After it was encouraged by the African Union to expand its scope, CTW is now hosted in Ethiopia, South Africa, Kenya, Morocco, Iran and the UAE, with the intention of adding more countries every year along "Belt and Road Initiative" route and on 2019, China Trade Week will open its doors in KSA.
With every government and industry support, the organizers of China Trade Week spares no effort to make sure that the best industries will be presented at the event. They spent weeks on the road, meeting companies from major provinces in China such as Jiangsu, Sichuan, Guangdong, Zhejiang, Beijing & Shanghai.
China Trade Week is one of the most professional event, taking place at Riyadh International Convention Centre on 9th-11th September, 9:00-18:00 daily. Exhibitors from sectors including Construction Materials & Machinery, Lighting & Energy, Clothing & Textiles, Electrical Goods & Electronics, Automotive Parts & Accessories, Baby & Infant Products, Health & Beauty, Print, Packaging & Plastic, Agriculture & Agricultural Machinery.
Small and Medium-size Enterprises (SME) can enjoy full support from China Chamber of Commerce concerning China Trade Week which means enterprises attending the event can apply for overseas exhibition subsidy from the government if they meet the requirements.