Mexcham join the China-Latin America and Caribbean Business Summit

Mexcham join the China-Latin America and Caribbean Business Summit

The Mexican Chamber of Commerce in China (MEXCHAM) led a delegation to take part on the 12th China-Latin America and Caribbean Business Summit (China-LAC) during November 2th to 5that the Zhuhai International Exhibition Center in Guangdong province.

Initiated by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) in November 2007, the China-LAC Business Summit is the first promotion mechanism and platform for economic and trade cooperation between China and Latin America & the Caribbean. It is recognized by the Chinese government as “a flagship brand in China-LAC practical cooperation".

This summit attracted more than 2,000 participants. Over 1,400 people are from the Chinese side, including central and regional governments, financial institutions, trade and investment promotion agencies, as well as numerous renowned state-owned and privately-owned enterprises including State Grid Corp of China (SGCC), China Communication Construction Co (CCCC), China Baowu Steel Group Corp, and Gree Electric Appliances of Zhuhai among others. Also were present around 600 foreign representatives from more than 40 countries and regions.

During the exhibition, well known brands in Mexico such as Jarritos Mexican soda, Tunyto tuna fish, Yahuapica spicy souce, mezcal Teulito, ICC Interceramic in China as well as coffee brands were part of the pavilion.

A total of 421 exhibitors from 44 countries and territories including 19 Latin American countries showcased their products at the 20,000 square meters China-LAC Trade Exhibition, which encompasses China-LAC Cooperation & Key Enterprise Hall, Latin American National Pavilion & Feature Hall, China-LAC Economic & Trade Hall, and China-LAC Commodity Area.

The Mexican Chamber of Commerce promotes and invites companies to exhibit products in trade shows around China. If you are interested in joining exhibitions and trade shows please contact

MEXCHAM continues building bridges between Mexico and China

Cámara de Comercio de México en China


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