CIIE holds promotional conference in Brisbane Release date:2018-06-10

China International Import Expo held a recent promotional conference in Brisbane, Australia, attracting 200 attendees from the Australian and Chinese governments as well as industrial, commercial and academic circles.

China has decided to open its door wider to the world through a news series of measures, said Xu Jie, China’s consul-general in Brisbane. These include aggressively easing market access, creating a more attractive investment environment, enhancing intellectual property protection and actively increasing imports, he added.

The CIIE stands out as a culmination of one of China’s major policies to open its market to the outside world, he continued, saying China is willing to work with other nations and international organizations to make the CIIE a world-class expo.

Australian firms Austrex, Budrum and Jeta, which operate in agriculture, food processing and elderly care, signed memorandums of understanding to exhibit at the CIIE, which takes place in Shanghai in November.