Agriculture, food, beverages, textiles and medical equipment are some of the working areas of 170 small and medium-sized Mexican companies which traveled from October 11 to 14 to the 11th China International Small and Medium Enterprises Fair (CISMEF).
During the four-day fair, Mexican entrepreneurs had the opportunity to see first-handed the consumers in the region. The objective was to facilitate trade and to generate business between the two countries.
The fair was also attended by 18 government agencies and 32 state governments. The mission was led by the president of the National Institute of Entrepreneurship (INADEM), Henry Jacob, who met with deputy ministers of the Government of the PRC.
Zhu Hongren, deputy minister of Industry and Information Technology, summed up this edition of the CISMEF boost business sectors of the economy such as automotive and auto parts, energy saving, metallurgy, Internet services and management consulting.
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