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Second China-ASEAN Commodities exhibition to be held in Myanmar's Yangon

The second China-Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) (Myanmar) Commodities exhibition in conjunction with Shandong Trade Fair (CAEM-2013) will be held at Tatmadaw Hall in Myanmar's Yangon next month, according to exhibition sources Wednesday.

Organized by China Foreign Trade Guangzhou Exhibition General Corp, the exhibition is scheduled to take place from Nov. 12-14.

With standard booths numbering 140, up 87 percent than 2012, more than 100 enterprises including outstanding Chinese ones will exhibit agricultural products, food and beverages, building materials and chemical products, ceramics and gifts, clothing, accessories and textiles, electronic products, household goods, machinery and vehicles, stationery and toys.

A wide range of exhibits are said to be close to the life of Myanmar people and accord with Myanmar's market demand.

The CAEM-2013 can provide buyers with product-related sourcing services to fulfill a one-stop sourcing strategy as well as achieve zero-distance exchange between customers and manufacturers and offer solutions.
The success of the first China-ASEAN (Myanmar) Commodities exhibition in 2012 marked that all circles in Myanmar could obtain the latest economic and market information about China and ASEAN countries through this platform.

Meanwhile, 2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the strategic partnership between China and ASEAN.

 The annual CAEM provides Myanmar enterprises and people with more well-made products at competitive prices and enriches their material life.

It is believed that CAEM will further develop and deepen the bilateral trade and friendly exchange between China and Myanmar and achieve common development, mutual benefit and all-win.

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