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(China Daily)

09:47, October 24, 2011

GUANGZHOU - While Europe struggles with its sovereign debt crisis and recovery falters in the United States, China is becoming the focus of attention for global manufacturers hoping to increase sales in the world's second-largest economy.

While the global recession has made buyers reluctant to place long-term orders at the 110th Canton Fair in Guangzhou, exporters said that the country's huge consumer market and its rapid economic growth have inspired confidence in the future of global business.

Attending the country's largest trade event for the first time, Ronny Laux was excited. "I met the Chinese Premier when I participated in the Canton Fair," said the Asia sales director for Masa (Tianjin) Building Material Machinery Co Ltd.

On the opening day of the fair on Oct 14, Premier Wen Jiabao visited the International Pavilion, which was established to promote Chinese imports.Wen stopped at the Masa booth during his walkabout and talked with the German businessman.

As the world's largest manufacturer of building-materials machinery, Masa sees China as a strategically important market and, although it is based in Germany, the company also has a subsidiary in Tianjin.

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