In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping set out the strategy of rebuilding the Silk Road
Economic Belt and a 21st Century Maritime Silk Road known as the "One Belt, One Road"
initiative. The proposal caught the interest of the global community, and quickly gained the support of nations along the route.
China’s One Belt, One Road initiative is a comprehensive framework for organizing multinational economic development and trade, which has inspired the creation of China Trade Week (CTW) ,which has been successfully held in UAE,Kenya,Iran,with more than 5000 Government Institutions and enterprises participating in the events.
With full government and industry support, the organizers of China Trade Week─Ghana2017 will make every effort in China,meeting companies from major provinces such as Jiangsu, Sichuan, GuangDong, Zhejiang, Shenzhen, Beijing andShanghai, ensuring that the very best of Chinese manufacturing and industrywill be represented at the event.
Small and medium─sized enterprises (SME) can enjoy full support from China Chamber of Commerce concerning China Trade Week─Ghanaa2017, which means those enterprises attending the event can apply for oversea exhibition subsidy from the government if they meet the requirements.
2017 China Trade Week-Ghana is a 2 day event which will be launching for the first time on 17th and 18th July 2017, from 9am to 6pm daily, at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City in Accra,Ghana.This event showcases products like bringing together hosted buyers &“China-featured" professionals from China in almost all industries.
Over 100 exhibitors will gather to display their products at the only comprehensive
China-focused trade event to be hosted in Ghana.The event is a unique opportunity for the
local business community to meet Chinese manufacturers and take advantage of the event's high quality, competitively priced products.In the other hand, the events can provide a great platform for African local people to discuss face─to─face with Chinese companies, created a unique opportunity to meetnetwork and developed the foundations of trading and business relationships. China Trade Week─Ghana 2017 will feature Chinese businesses from sectors such as Power & Energy, Led Lighting, Home Electronics, Construction Material, Machinery & Special Vehicles, Kitchen and Bathroom, Clothing & Textiles, Personal Care Products, Agricultural Machinery, Plastic Netting, Food & Beverage, Machinery (Boilers), Tents/Shelter, Medicine/Health Products etc.