3rd China-Mongolia Expo set for September
The 3rd China-Mongolia Expo is scheduled to be held in Ulaanqab and Hohhot, cities in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, from Sept 6 to 10, according to the expo's organizing committee.
The expo is themed around developing the China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor and promoting cooperation in northeast Asia. It will include four exhibition areas themed around trade negotiations, conferences and forums, exhibitions, and cultural exchanges.
A total of 400 Mongolian companies will participate in the expo, according to a Mongolian official.
This year is the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China and to mark the occasion, the 3rd China-Mongolia Expo plans to build itself into a global platform for cooperation in the Northeast Asian Economic Circle.
The China-Mongolia Expo has been held in Inner Mongolia twice, in 2015 and 2017. Nearly 4,000 Chinese and foreign companies participated in the two expos and generated 276 cooperative initiatives, memorandums, and contracts worth a total of 228.1 billion yuan ($32.3 billion).