Armenian Pavilion Opens at China Exhibit

Armenian goods on display at the Global Purchasing Center in Taizhou, China

TAIZHOU, China (ArmRadio)—An exhibition of Armenian goods was opened at the Global Purchasing Centre in China’s Taizhou city.

The Russian Federation, France, Great Britain, the US, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and a number of other European and Asian countries have their pavilions at the Center.

The Head of Staff of the Government of Armenia, Minister Vache Gabrielyan, and representatives of the Armenian business community were present at the solemn opening ceremony of the booth, where visitors can find Armenian-made cognac, wine and juices.

The permanent exhibition in the largest Chinese province of Jiangsu with a population of 80 million will provide an opportunity for Armenia to explore the potential of the Chinese market and establish mutually beneficial business ties.

Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan participated in the opening ceremony of the World Economic Forum in the Chinese city of Dalian.

Before the start of the forum the Prime Minister met with its founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab.

Tigran Sargsyan and Klaus Schwab exchanged views on current economic developments, and the challenges facing the world economy.

During the meeting reference was made to Armenia’s economic structure, future programs, and steps towards economic diversification.

The forum, featuring heads and representatives of governments from a number of countries, will consider the processes taking place in the world economy, their possible implications, and perspectives.


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  1. Vanessa Kachadurian said:

    There is a thriving Armenian community in China (Mostly Hong Kong) and many Armenian students attending school there. The Chinese have interest in some businesses in Armenia, including mining. It would be great for them to help build our economy and bring badly needed jobs so the future generations will thrive.