Live: View of the four-leaf clover-shaped National Exhibition and Convention Center – Ep. 4

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The 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE) takes place at Shanghai’s National Exhibition and Convention Center from November 5 to 10. Entrepreneurs from all corners of the globe are gathering in search of new business opportunities. Expo pavilions feature a vast range of products covering medical equipment and healthcare, food and agriculture, automobile and trade services, and other areas. #CIIE2021

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