Bangladeshi jute and handicraft products exhibit in China

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Publish: 6:43 PM, October 22, 2021 | Update: 6:43:PM, October 22, 2021

With the theme of “Grasp new opportunities for cooperation and embark on a new journey of development”, the EAEF Economic and Trade Cooperation Expo and China (Shaanxi) Import and Export Commodities Exhibition – 2021 was successfully held in China. From October 18th to 21st, the expo is held at the Xi’an International Convention and Exhibition Center in Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi Province.

At the expo, Yiwu Yiou Export and Import Company Limited, a Bangladeshi privately owned company based in China, showcased Bangladeshi jute and handicraft products.

This expo is hosted by the Organizing Committee of the Eurasian Economic Forum, organized by Xi’an Municipal People’s Government, coordinated, and guided by Shaanxi Provincial Department of Commerce.

The Bangladeshi company has displayed interesting jute handicrafts products including jute bags, baskets, gift items, girls’ ornaments, and other items. Citizens of other countries including the Chinese showed interest in Bangladeshi products at the expo. Moreover, the Bangladeshi stall was overflowing with buyers.

Md. Khairul Enam, a Bangladeshi student living in Xi’an who participated in the fair, said, by participating in the fair, I have seen the exhibitions of different companies very closely, talked and collected information.” Many of these ideas have inspired me to become an entrepreneur in the future as a student of Logistics Engineering.

He added that we had a stall of a Bangladeshi company at the fair. There, the historical jute products of Bangladesh and the company showcased their future innovative ideas on export and import of Bangladesh and abroad. Undoubtedly this is a matter of pride for our country.

Including Bangladesh, local companies from the United States, Greece, Czech Republic, North Macedonia, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Britain, Belgium, Russia, Nepal, Latvia, Australia, North Korea, Pakistan, Armenia, Afghanistan, and other countries have brought the most distinctive products.