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Chinese Business Representatives Visit the Canada-China Agri-Center Print E-mail

Chinese Business Representatives Visit the Canada-China Agri-Center

Hamilton, ON, Victoria Italiano

Ningxia delegationOn Wednesday June 20th, the Canada-China Agriculture and Food Development Exchange Center (CCAgr) was happy to welcome 17 representatives from the largest agricultural food companies in the province of Ningxia, China to discuss future trade, export and joint venture opportunities with Canadian companies. The group, led by Ningxia's provincial government, were delighted to explore the various expansion avenues that the Canadian Agricultural industry has to offer, as a result of a detailed presentation given by Youming Zhao, President of CCAgr. With over 26 years of agriculture and agri-business experience, and a wide array of Chinese business association, CCAgr is very skilled and eager to establish and maintain business opportunity between Chinese and Canadian companies.

Ningxia, in China's western region, is a very promising area of development as the Chinese government has increased efforts of economic and infrastructure development in recent years. There is an increased demand for various products in the agricultural sector, due to the increased and fast growing business opportunity. CCAgr urges Canadian businesses to encompass this opportunity, and take advantage of the high demand for Canadian products. The Chinese companies showed strong interest in the import of flaxseed, soybean and potato seeds to China from Canada. Two of representatives communicated their companies demand for Halal meat, and were interested to explore export opportunities with Canadian companies who are looking to expand globally.

 

 

 

 

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