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China beefs up presence at Havana trade fair


09:35, November 08, 2012

HAVANA, Nov. 6 (Xinhua) -- China has beefed up its presence considerably at the week-long 30th Havana International Trade Fair (FIHAV 2012) compared with the previous ones.

China is participating with a record 62 companies, 22 more than last year, in a 1,000-square-meter exposition area.

The products on show range from automobiles and motorcycles to electronics, medical equipment, hardware, cosmetics, everyday items, machinery and traditional handicrafts. Prestigious brands include Zhejiang Geely, Jinbei and Beijing North Star.

Ma Keqiang, economic and trade consultant at China's embassy in Cuba, said China's expanded presence at the fair showed its interest in maintaining its status as the island nation's second-biggest trade partner after Venezuela, and in consolidating bilateral ties.

Zhejiang Geely, the fastest-growing carmaker in the history of China's automotive industry, is exhibiting its latest models, which stand out for their comfort and bright colors.

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