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Greenland trading hub to showcase new products at 6th CIIE

LMS| Updated: October 13, 2023

Shanghai's Greenland Global Commodity Trading Hub, a permanent platform for the China International Import Expo (CIIE), has been actively making preparations for the upcoming 6th CIIE.

Acting as a vital bridge between brands, collectors, customs, and logistics, the Greenland Global Commodity Trade Hub aims to support countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative in promoting their products and providing a global commodity experience for consumers.

For this year's 6th CIIE, many import pavilions within the Greenland Trading Hub will showcase popular items like Himalayan salt lamps and essential oil soaps, as well as a range of new products.

Pakistan, building on the success of Himalayan salt lamps, plans to introduce camel skin lamps at the 6th CIIE. The lamps are known for their exquisite craftsmanship and feature unique paintings on the top depicting the local desert culture of Multan city.


A photo of the entrance of the Afghanistan Import Pavilion in Shanghai's Greenland Global Commodity Trading Hub. [Photo/WeChat account: iloveqingpu]

Other import pavilions, including Afghanistan, Syria, Turkey, and Iran, have also prepared new products to showcase at the expo.

"Covering an area of over 1,100 square meters, this year's Greenland Trade Hub will continue to exhibit at the 6th CIIE and will feature three different pavilions. More than 40 countries will showcase their new products in China," said Yang Jingxiong, the assistant general manager of the project management center of the Greenland Global Commodity Trade Hub.

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