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China Sourcing Fair returns

The China Sourcing Fair for electronics resumes at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, on May 31 to June 2, 2011.

The Fair, is designed to provide an ideal platform for buyers of electronic products in the Middle East and North African markets to meet potential supply partners from China.

Export-ready suppliers from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong will this year offer premium and affordable electronics to more global buyers in the Middle East’s trading capital. With its rapid growth over the past years, China’s electronics industry has made that country the world’s electronics manufacturing powerhouse. This year’s Fair will see supply partners showcase products in the following area:

·         Consumer electronics

·         Computer & networking

·         Telecom products

·         Electronic accessories

·         Home appliances

According to the organisers of this annual event currently in its fifth year, there is more reasons to attend the China Sourcing Fair as visitors to the show will have the opportunity to meet the largest group of China’s suppliers of electronic products. The China Sourcing Fair features hundreds of top-choice suppliers known to produce international-quality products at competitive price points.

The Dubai Fair falls between Asia’s peak sourcing months in April and October, giving you more freedom to visit other trade events in Asia. If you’re a buyer in the Middle East or North Africa, you now have greater access to China’s innovative supply partners right in Dubai.

In addition, the event provided an ideal platform to accentuate local and international flair in their products for buyers from over 118 countries and regions, sourcing for innovative items from quality suppliers. Buyers mainly come from the Middle East, including the UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt and Lebanon.

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