The sixth China-Arab States Expo, held in Yinchuan, China, concluded with the signing of deals worth a total of 171 billion yuan (approximately $23.4 billion) across various sectors, including trade, agriculture, energy, green transition, and medical care, according to a report by the South China Morning Post.
The expo aimed to strengthen economic ties between China and Arab nations and attracted officials from over 60 countries. I Photo: Xinhua
The expo aimed to strengthen economic ties between China and Arab nations and attracted officials from over 60 countries, as well as more than 1,000 representatives of foreign agencies in China.
While specific details about the companies involved in the deals were not disclosed, the expo also hosted a tech transfer and innovation conference, during which eight agreements were signed between Chinese agencies and research entities or laboratories from countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar.
These agreements focused on areas such as desertification treatment and smart agriculture.