China open for business, kicks off import expo in Shanghai

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-11-05/China-open-for-business-kicks-off-import-expo-in-Shanghai-Vb84IFKXuM/index.html The third China International Import Expo officially kicked off Thursday in Shanghai where hundreds of foreign companies seek to invest and make business deals in China. Local residents and CIIE exhibitors spoke to Oscar Margain about what the expo means to them and shared their thoughts on its significance amid a global economic crisis and a pandemic. #CIIE2020 #China #Business

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