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Leaf Digital at CIIE

Updated: Feb 20

The 6th China International Import Expo in Shanghai (Nov. 5 – Nov. 10, 2023)

Niels and Rasmus from Leaf Digital in front of CIIE

The 6th China International Import Expo (CIIE) wrapped up recently, offering a close-up view of the Chinese market. The expo offered great opportunities for foreign businesses to showcase their brand and products in China. Understanding China's pulse is key for companies eyeing its vast market potential. This global gathering spotlighted the latest trends, giving crucial insights into one of the world's most influential economies.


As China steadily emerges from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, there exists a cautious yet palpable sense of optimism regarding its economic recovery. Against this backdrop, the CIIE highlighted the resilience and adaptability of China's market amidst unprecedented challenges.


The Expo signaled immense promise for foreign brands eyeing the expansive Chinese market. Boasting a record $78.41 billion in tentative deals, a 6.74% increase from the previous year, CIIE underscores China's pivotal role in global trade and its commitment to opening up markets.


With representatives from 154 countries and regions and 3,486 global exhibitors, including a notable surge of 40% in small and medium-sized overseas companies, CIIE offered a fertile ground for connections and deals. The expo's value extends beyond figures; it's a gateway for foreign brands to establish their presence in China, tap into investor networks, and forge meaningful business relationships. Leaf Digital was at CIIE - right in the mix, chatting with loads of interesting brands. Leaf Digital got to meet and greet different brands, exchange ideas, and explore opportunities in the ever-changing Chinese market.


These numbers are indicative of China's ongoing economic resilience. The expo's success, coupled with the country's steady GDP expansion of 4.9% in Q3 2023, points to a recovery trajectory post-pandemic. Lingering challenges like the property market slowdown and the need for structural reforms persist, but CIIE's buoyancy suggests a positive outlook for both domestic and international businesses navigating the Chinese economic landscape.


For foreign brands, CIIE isn't just a trade show; it's a venue of opportunity, signaling China's commitment to international trade partnerships and its readiness to embrace global commerce. This, in turn, bodes well for the global economy, fostering a climate of collaboration and growth on a world stage.

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