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August 13, 2019

Eight national pavilions enjoy success in Shanghai FTZ

So far, eight national pavilions have been established in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone, and they have imported more than 6,000 kinds of foreign goods into the Chinese market.

The national pavilions serve as the perennial demonstration and sales platform for the China International Import Expo and offer an exchange and trade platform for over 1,200 small and medium enterprises around the world.

After the first CIIE, a number of national demonstration and trade platforms such as the Azerbaijan Wine Center and the Serbia Pavilion moved into the FTZ. In July, the Fiji National Pavilion joined hands with South Pacific island countries to build a united pavilion so as to promote a wider range of tourism products and characteristic commodities.

Pudong New Area is making efforts at introducing new trade methods such as duty-free stores and tax refund so as to drive a new round of high-quality development. Next, the district will establish large platforms for cross-border e-commerce foreign trade.