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China Sourcing Fair grows in Dubai

With more than 1,300 booths and filling seven exhibition halls, the Fair remains the largest China-products trade show in the Middle East.

 

The China Sourcing Fair will be co-located with the second annual made in India – India Sourcing Fair. The events will be held from June 8 to10, 2010, at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

 

Both events are exclusively for importers, traders, and other volume buyers who purchase consumer products for resale to markets throughout the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region. More than 10,680 qualified buyers from 102 countries and regions attended last year’s events.

 

“Demand for quality, competitively priced China-made products has never been stronger,” said Bill Janeri, Global Sources’ GM for the Middle East. “Our China Sourcing Fairs have grown since their launch in Dubai in 2007. At the same time, our attendance to the events has also grown, indicating that there continues to be a growing need for competitively made products from China. Now, with the expansion of the India Sourcing Fair, we are able to offer buyers in the MENA region manufacturing options from the world’s top two sourcing markets – China and India,” said Janeri.

 

The China Sourcing Fair features manufacturers of consumer electronics, fashion accessories, gifts and premiums, home products, baby and children’s products, and hardware and building materials.

 

The India Sourcing Fair expands this year under the “Made in India” theme to bring to Dubai an expanded array of some of India’s most competitive exporters of home products and handicrafts, gifts and premiums, fashion accessories, and garments and textiles. The Made in India – India Sourcing Fair is supported by the Federation of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO).

 

More details can be found at www.chinasourcingfair.com/dubai/daaz

Global Sources, which will open its fourth annual China Sourcing Fair in Dubai next week, will be the largest sourcing event ever held in Dubai, growing by 18% compared to last year.

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