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Brand Jamaica highlighted at China International Import Expo

Andrew Holness, prime minister of Jamaica (left) shows president of China Xi Jinping (second right) a Jamaican product at day 1 of the China International Import Expo (CIIE). Looking on is Audley Shaw, minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries (second left) and Diane Edwards, president of JAMPRO, joining in the discussion


Brand Jamaica was highlighted to the Chinese public and private sector attendees at the China International Import Expo (CIIE), which kicked off on Tuesday (November 5) in Shanghai, China.

The expo, which is held yearly, began with an official opening ceremony that featured China’s President Xi Jinping as its official keynote speaker.  The president later visited Jamaica’s booth at the event accompanied by the Prime Minister Andrew Holness, as the island was selected as a guest country of honour at this year’s staging of the CIIE.
Jamaica’s key sectors, including logistics, infrastructure and agribusiness, received promotion as opportunities to do business in the island, and export-ready products were also displayed to increase exports of Jamaican products to China.


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