It was organised online due tot he pandemic situation. Speakers at the opening ceremony included Deputy Prime Minister Mihály Varga, Deputy Minister of Finance, Prof. Dr. László Palkovics, Minister of Innovation and Technology, Liu Bo, Ministerial Adviser to the Chinese Embassy in Hungary, Liubov Nepop, Ambassador of Ukraine and Biljana Gutic-Bjelica, Embassador of Bosnia-Herzegovina, along with senior executives of the Trade development Bureau of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. Visitors could enter the online exhibitor interface for free from, where more than 200 Chinese companies approved by the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China (MOFCOM) presented their latest products from 16 industries. At the fair, it was possible to have online negotiations with exhibitors.
See what our partners have to say about the China Brand Fair. We are very proud of you all!
Mr Pedrag Vukicevic
(Serbian Chamber of Commerce Managing Director):
CBF is the most visited fair in the region, that is why it is very important to us.
Ms Jelena Dumicic
(Croatian Chamber of Commerce):
Already in the first half day we made quite a few business deals with Chinese partners!
Mr Marko Jare
(Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia):
This is really an event of interest and offers a lot of possibilities to Slovenian companies.
Mr Victor Durlestean
(Director of Moldova Chinese Chamber of Commerce):
This Hungarian platform of CBF is very attractive to us because it fits into the 16+1 initiative of the Chinese government, opening the doors to small CEE coutries.