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手机版ds:Joint efforts to boost trade and strengthen cooperation in emerging industries between China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) are high on the agenda of the second China-CEEC Expo & International Consumer Goods Fair.


XinhuaUpdated:  June 10, 2021

Leon Meredyk, a Polish national, spoke in fluent Mandarin as he introduced dairy products from Poland at the second China-CEEC Expo & International Consumer Goods Fair in Ningbo, east China's Zhejiang Province.

Workers unload a container of China's Sinopharm inactivated coronavirus vaccines at the Belgrade Airport, Serbia, Jan. 16, 2021. (Photo by Predrag Milosavljevic/Xinhua)


Besides optimizing trade cooperation with the CEECs, China is proactively expanding the cooperation to new areas, including digital, health and green sectors, which will also contribute to the global economic recovery, according to MOC officials.

During the expo, a mechanism for China-CEEC e-commerce cooperation and dialogue was launched as a gesture that the two sides will share joint achievements in talent cultivation and construction of logistics infrastructure, and introduce more commodities from CEECs to China's market through e-commerce platforms.

A China-CEEC alliance in the public health industry has also been established in the meantime.

"Most of the people here in this country are vaccinated, with Sinopharm vaccine from China ... the Chinese vaccines. I think there is not such a country in Europe in which you can find that level of trust (to the Chinese vaccines) that you can see here in Belgrade and Serbia," Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in an interview with Xinhua earlier this year.

Hungary, the first EU member state to buy and authorize the use of Chinese vaccines, expects further technical cooperation with China. Peter Szijjarto, minister of foreign affairs and trade, said he is thankful for the timely and advanced delivery of the vaccines, which helped protect the lives of Hungarian people.

On June 2, China and 15 CEECs jointly made an announcement to strengthen cooperation in forestry to further boost forest bioeconomic growth. Guan Zhi'ou, head of China's National Forestry and Grassland Administration, deemed it an inevitable choice to achieve sustainable development.

"We should make full use of the expo to carry out in-depth exchanges and achieve more win-win outcomes so as to inject new impetus to practical cooperation between China and the CEECs," said Chinese vice commerce minister Wang Bingnan.

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