Azerbaijan Trade Department opens in China (PHOTO)


BAKOU, Azerbaijan, January 2

By Nazrin Israfilova – Trend:

Azerbaijan Trade Department was opened in the newly established G-Hub Shopping Mall in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China, Tendency reports referring to the Azerbaijani Ministry of Economy.

According to the message, the Commerce Department will sell food products which are produced in Azerbaijan under the brand “Made in Azerbaijan”.

Greenland Group, included in the Fortune Global 500 list, owns the G-Hub shopping center. The G-Hub group, a subsidiary of the Greenland group, will be the operator of the Azerbaijan commercial department.

The vice-governor of Hubei province Zhao Haishan, the chairman of the Greenland group Zhang Yuliang, the deputy mayor of Wuhan Cheng Yongwen, the Azerbaijani trade representative in China Teymur Nadiroglu and representatives of the diplomatic missions in China attended the ceremony. opening.

The vice governor said that the G-Hub shopping mall is an important area for the sale of products from other countries to the Chinese market. The vice governor added that consumers in Wuhan want to see more new products made in other countries.

Greenland Group Chairman Zhang Yuliang pointed out that G-Hub shopping malls have opened in various cities across the country since 2018 to support the China International Import Expo as part of the policy of openness and reform of China.

After the opening ceremony, the participants reviewed the mall, including the Azerbaijani Commerce Department, and Azerbaijani products.

Azerbaijani stores will also operate in G-Hub shopping malls opened in different cities of China, in accordance with the agreement reached between Azerbaijan Trade Mission to China and Greenland Group management in 2018.

Wuhan Commercial Department is the fourth while Azerbaijan Commercial Department has been opened in Shanghai, Harbin and Jinan.

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