China Business Center promotes a virtual event with Chinese suppliers from different regions looking for business

China Business Center promotes a virtual event with Chinese suppliers from different regions looking for business

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So Paulo – China Trade Center Group, in partnership with the China Chamber of Commerce of Importers and Exporters of Metals, Minerals and Chemicals (CCCMC), will promote virtual events with Chinese suppliers in the fields of building materials from September 15 to 17 . , Appliances, Hardware and Chemicals, which will take place from September 15 to September 17.

The event is part of a series of webinars, conferences and seminars organized by the China Trade Center Group, aimed at providing business opportunities and creating mutual business opportunities between Brazilian businessmen and representatives of the most diverse Chinese industrial sectors.

According to China Trade Center Events and Projects Manager Lina Xu, China Trade Center attaches paramount importance to virtual events in the form of workshops, matchmaking and online fairs with important business and government entities in China. Making this network essential, to bring Brazilian businessmen closer to Chinese merchants, given that Brazilian businessmen are unable to travel and participate in major business events in China and, during the pandemic, an acute shortage of inputs, materials are facing. – Raw materials, parts and equipment”.

The CTC Manager also states that “in addition, the programs have also proven to be very effective in promoting Brazilian products abroad, such as in the case of virtual fairs, online business roundtables and the China Trade Center at the Canton Fair. This virtual The approach allows entrepreneurs to resume business and take the lead when freight prices drop.

This type of virtual meeting between sugar producers and Brazilian buyers comes at a time when the pandemic is still affecting the world economy and trade, with Brazil and China passing through a historic moment in their bilateral economic-commercial ties. .

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In 2009, China overtook the United States and became Brazil’s main trading partner, and exchanges between the two countries have continued to grow since then. In 2020, Sino-Brazilian trade flows (exports + imports) crossed the US$100 billion mark for the first time in history, totaling US$102.5 billion.

Last year, Brazil’s exports to China totaled US$67.7 billion, while sugar sales to Brazil reached US$34.7 billion. During this period, the exchange provided Brazil with a record surplus of US$33 billion, which will be substantially exceeded in this year of 2021.

Event Structure:

September 15 – Workshop (with simultaneous Mandarin-Portuguese translation)

8:30 AM / 9:00 AM – Inauguration

9:00 AM / 11:00 AM – Product and Supplier Presentations. It will have 13 suppliers.

Zoom Platform

Registration Link – https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUqceqpz0rE9BqnbMB8HjY8X47Xl42mhRu

Link to view list of suppliers –

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:091923f7-fee7-4341-b6ea-ae38e4e97649

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September 16 – Matchmaking (Mandarin-Portuguese continuous translation)

9:00 AM / 11:00 AM – Face-to-face meetings with Chinese suppliers.

Zoom Platform

Signup Link –

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspxid=cEMkKhIVdkKEEYyInfCt8EpPMPpO2GlDpB4f9arJH8RUMDhLU1YxMkVPRkpQNUtYSUE4Rlk3QktXTC4u

Link to view list of suppliers –

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:f5c28515-e6bd-42bb-b6f1-607404fd84c0

September 17th – Access to the Virtual Fair on the Wejoin App.

With the application to access, interact and network to participate in the virtual fair

Chinese supplier.

VeJoin Platform

Disclosure

Available for download from Apple Store and Google Play

With information from China Business Center

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