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Russian and Thai commodities enter Chongqing market

Updated: 2017-08-02

By Sun Hui, chinadaily.com.cn

Russia Pavilion and Thailand Pavilion have entered trial operations for the first time in the Chongqing International Exhibition & Trading Center on Aug 1, making more foreign products available for local residents.

Liu Xiaomin, manager of the Russia Pavilion, introduced that over 100 kind of Russian products, including wild honey, red wine, coffee, sea cucumber and cooking oil, are sold at the pavilion.

"We will introduce more original Russian products into the Chongqing market, such as traditional crafts and electronic devices, in the future to meet the diversified demands of local consumers," Liu added.

Russian and Thai commodities enter Chongqing market

The Russia Pavilion enters trial operation at the Chongqing International Exhibition & Trading Center on Aug 1. [Photo/liangjiang.gov.cn]

Commodities in the pavilion are purchased directly from Russia and stored at the Lianglu Cuntan Tariff Bonded Zone, which saves cost and cuts 10 to 20 percent from the products' sale price, according to Liu Xiaomin.

The Thailand pavilion features rubber products, including pillows and mattress, which are 100–200 yuan cheaper than domestic rubber products.

Russian and Thai commodities enter Chongqing market

The Thailand Pavilion enters trial operation at the Chongqing International Exhibition & Trading Center on Aug 1. [Photo/liangjiang.gov.cn]

The trading center is a comprehensive business platform for the exchange of commodities, information and technology for customers. The center enjoys preferential and convenient customs clearance policies, providing all-round professional supply chain services.

Russian and Thai commodities enter Chongqing market

The Chongqing International Exhibition & Trading Center is located in the Liangjiang New Area of Chongqing. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

Edited by Zachary Dye

 

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