China’s largest Free Trade International Commodity Exhibition Center is set to open in Haikou at the end of this March.

The exhibition center, occupying a land area of 2,900 m2 in the Haikou Integrated Free Trade Zone, has two floors. The exhibition center is divided into a dozen areas, with themes such as cigars and red wine.

The scope of businesses will include exhibitions of items such as jewelry, diamonds, luxury watches and golf equipment.

In recent years, Haikou has launched a series of investment initiatives in order to attract more enterprises to the zone. Further active investment promotions for the zone will be carried out in the areas of modern logistics, port construction, high value-added port processing services and large-sized international procurement enterprises.


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