, largest scale and most wide-ranging influence in the Asia-Pacific region and specially serves SMEs.
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ong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. It will also hold match-making sessions and promotion conferences for overseas SMEs.上海419论坛
The 14th China International Small and Medium Enterprise Fair, opening on Oct 10 in Guangzhou, has according to its organizers boosted partnerships and communications between global SMEs.上海419论坛
The annual fair – held in the Poly World Trade Center Expo in the capital of Guangdong province in southern China – aims to advance comprehensive strategic partnerships and promote the inclusive and sustainable development of SMEs in China and in other countries.
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“With the new technology revolution and industry transformation, SMEs are facing new development opportunities,” Zhang said.
Yuan Baocheng, vice-governor of Guangdong, said SMEs contributed significantly上海419论坛女神会所 to the transformation and upgrading of Guangdong’s industries.
“Guangdong will reduce the costs of managing companies, support the transfor
mation of technology and promote the construction of services-oriented government, to provide a good developing environment for SMEs,” Yuan said.上海419论坛女神会所
The massive fair is being hosted by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology – as well as the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, the Guangdong government, the d
epartment of Small Business Development in South Africa and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
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25 global companies from South Africa, Egypt, India and more than 30 countries and regions, to display their products.
Serving as a co-host of the fair for the first time, South Africa has brought over more than 50 companies – covering serv
ices, agriculture, renewable energy, tourism, jewelry and the food sectors – to showcase the diverse nature of its economy.