Exporters Have Made An Expedition To China
Sleeptech Magazine|November - December 2019
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) continues its efforts to ensure that Turkish exporters get more share in the Chinese market. Within this scope, an organization has been initiated for national participation to China International Import Expo (CIIE), the world’s largest import expo, under the coordination of TİM.

Having opened its doors to visitors on November 5, the expo is hosting 59 Turkish companies and 5 institutions promoting their products in various sectors ranging from food to cosmetics and from medical to textile, while participants are showing great interest in the shows and events held at the Turkish booth area. TIM’s President Ismail Gülle uttered that their target is to have more shares as Turkish exporters from China’s import volume which is expected to rise to 10 trillion dollars in the next 5 years.

Held by the People’s Republic of China, “China International Import Expo (CIIE)” has opened its doors in China’s Shanghai city. 59 companies and 5 institutions represent Turkey in the expo under the auspices of the Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Commerce and in coordination with Turkish Exporters Assembly (TM). While brands promote their products and find new business opportunities in the expo, various inspiring activities such as tasting activities, music recitals, paper marbling, and tile art are performed at Turkey country booth area for the promotion of the country. In the “Food and Agricultural Products” hall, on the other hand, food shows and tasting activities are organized under the name “Turkish Tastes”.

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