Source: InKunming | 2019-08-28 | Editor:苏雯芊
The LMCE will set up 2,000 international standard booths covering an area of 40,000 square meters. The contents of LMCE include cross-border investment and trade, cultural tourism, and special products of countries in the Lancang-Mekong region. It is estimated that 18 countries will participate in the LMCE.
At the same time, a forum, which officials and experts from six countries along Lancang-Mekong River discuss the developing direction, will be held during the LMCE.
It is noteworthy that LMCE will firstly set up an international talent exchange platform and hold a Southeast and South Asia working festival focusing on the exchange and interaction of international talents, cross-border entrepreneurship and employment, and the incubation and cultivation of international talents. More than 1,000 enterprises, 60 colleges and over 50,000 talents from home and abroad are expected to attend the expo, while over 10,000 pieces of employment information will be published at the expo.
The LMCE is hosted by China Chamber of International Commerce; organized by China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Yunnan Sub-Council, People’s Government of Kunming Municipality, Yunnan Urban Construction Investment Group Co., Ltd; executed by Oriental Universal International Convention & Exhibition Group Co., Ltd, Guangzhou WINBTB Exhibition Service Co., Ltd.
Since “Lancang-Mekong Cooperation System” established in 2016, China, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand have launched a series of effective cooperation which indeed won abundant achievements in the Lancang-Mekong region. These six countries have lots of similarities in geography, culture and personalities. As a developing emerging market, the region owns giant business opportunities and market vitality. The fair aims to enhance commercial connections and prosperity of the regional economy and trade, by building a platform for exchanges and cooperation.
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(Editors: Rachel, Christine)
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