A total of 400 Mongolian companies will participate in the third China-Mongolia expo.
Scheduled to be held in September in Hohhot, the capital of China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and in the cities of Tongliao and Ulanqab also in the region, this year’s expo will include the exhibition, cultural exchanges, conferences and investment meetings.
Mongolian wool and cashmere products, organic meat and processed meat products are most in demand among Chinese consumers. In addition, Chinese consumers, especially the ethnic population of Inner Mongolia, are very interested in traditional Mongolian clothes.
Mongolia and China have set a 10-billion-U.S.-dollar target for bilateral trade by 2020.
More than 380 Mongolian businesses participated in the second China-Mongolia expo held in Hohhot in 2017, exhibiting products in around 400 categories, according to data from the department of foreign trade and economic cooperation at the Mongolian Foreign Ministry.