During her visit to China, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Natia Turnava has visited China International Import Expo, at which The Georgian pavilion has been presented together with pavilions of other countries.
Georgia has participated in the second Import Export for the second time, with 33 Georgian companies, the vast majority being wine companies, having presented their stands.
One of the Georgian wine companies taking part in the event for the first time signed a million dollar memorandum immediately after the exhibition was opened. The memorandum envisages importation of the company's products on China's market.
Georgian-Chinese companies, including tea enterprise producing high-quality tea in Tsalenjika municipality were also involved in the event. As its representatives underscored, Georgia has potential for producing high-quality tea, which can enter markets of China and other countries.
Majority of Georgian companies were producers of food, wine and alcohol-free beverages, with some of them also producing leather and textile.
Natia Turnava will make a speech on Nov 7 at the forum held along with China International Import Expo. The speech will concern the international trade and logistics.