Ambassadors participate in live streaming sales at CIIE

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Over ten ambassadors from countries including Chile, Mauritius and Peru gathered for a special live streaming sale on Friday night at this year’s China International Import Expo, during which 66.6 million yuan ($10.4 million) worth of goods were sold in a couple of hours.

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