Scope of Exhibits
1. Household cleaning and tools: bathroom utensils, cleaning supplies and utensils, storage and storage supplies, household hardware tools, shopping baskets and packaging, household plastics, ceramics, glass, metal products, etc;
2. Household goods and accessories: household decorations, household textiles, lighting fixtures, wall decorations, wall clocks and desk clocks, small furniture, small ornaments, etc;
3. Kitchen utensils and utensils: cooking and baking utensils, cooking utensils, cooking electrical equipment, cutting tools and accessories, baking plates, glassware, porcelain, pottery, kitchen furniture, bars and drinking utensils, tablecloths, table decorations, tools and accessories, etc;
4. Household appliances, home health: various small appliances, vacuum cleaners, energy-saving, heaters, humidifiers, water filtration, massage, health care, personal care equipment, etc;
5. Electronic consumer goods: audio and video technology, computers, computer technology and software, data protection and transmission, television technology, digital cameras and cameras, cable technology, multimedia, network technology, online services, remote communication, entertainment electronics, etc;
6. Lighting products: various lighting fixtures, equipment, switches, control systems, and related accessories;
7. Horticultural and outdoor supplies: garden and lawn tools, supplies, decorations, camping supplies, picnic supplies, ironwork and garden furniture, etc;
8. Holiday supplies and gifts: Christmas gifts, seasonal decorations, holiday decorations, holiday lights, various handicrafts, ethnic handicrafts, stationery, jewelry, toys, etc.
The China Consumer Goods (Russia) Brand Exhibition is an international exhibition held for consumer products. It is jointly tailored for Chinese enterprises by the globally renowned Frankfurt Exhibition Group, the Russian Chamber of Commerce, the Foreign Trade Development Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China, and the China Chamber of Commerce for the Import and Export of Mechanical and Electrical Products. The exhibition aims to change the traditional concept of "cheap" and "poor quality" in China's consumer products in the Russian market. The exhibition will select excellent enterprises and products in the industry, promote the image of Chinese consumer goods brands, and select Chinese consumer goods brands that are popular among Russian consumers.
The bilateral trade between China and Russia is highly complementary, and economic and trade cooperation has yielded fruitful results. China has been Russia's top ten trading partner for many years. In recent years, the challenges faced by the Russian economy have been the depreciation of the ruble, the decline in international oil prices, and a decline in Russia's purchasing power for European and American products. There is a strong demand for various consumer goods and light industrial products in Russia, but due to its overall economic structure, most consumer goods and light industrial products need to be imported. Chinese products are relatively reasonable in price while ensuring quality, and are increasingly popular in the Russian market. Against the international backdrop of a slowdown in the world economy, trade and economic exchanges between China and Russia have maintained a trend of "rising against the trend". The Russian side attaches great importance to strengthening cooperation with China, creating opportunities for Chinese enterprises to expand into the Russian market.
The China Consumer Goods (Russia) Brand Exhibition aims to promote Chinese brand products and enterprises to enter the Russian market, gradually changing the traditional concept of "cheap and poor quality" of Chinese consumer products in Russia. By organizing outstanding enterprises and products in the industry to participate in exhibitions, increasing efforts to promote and promote Chinese consumer goods brand products, and establishing the image of Chinese consumer goods brand.
In the past decade or so, China Russia economic and trade cooperation has achieved fruitful results. From 2000 to 2013, the scale of bilateral trade between China and Russia rapidly expanded from 8 billion US dollars to nearly 90 billion US dollars, an increase of more than ten times in thirteen years. China has been steadily ranked as Russia's top ten trading partners for four consecutive years.
In recent times, the challenges faced by the Russian economy have led to many Western countries imposing economic sanctions on it, resulting in the continuous depreciation of the ruble and a decline in international oil prices. Russia's purchasing power for European and American products has decreased, and most of these products are outsourced to China. Compared to European and American products, Chinese products not only ensure quality but also have relatively reasonable prices. The foreign trade between China and Russia has maintained a trend of "rising against the trend" in the international context of a slowdown in the world economy. According to customs statistics, the bilateral trade volume between China and Russia increased by 6.8% in 2014, surpassing 95 billion US dollars.
Russia strengthens its cooperative relationship with China, lowers the trade threshold between China and Russia, and creates opportunities for Chinese enterprises to expand their market share in Russia. Due to the overall tilted economic structure, Russia's demand for various consumer goods and light industrial products is increasing, and China and Russia have great complementarity in these import projects. As Russia intensifies its investigation and punishment of gray customs clearance, formal trade with Russia will inevitably become mainstream. For Chinese manufacturing companies, this is undoubtedly a huge business opportunity, and the exhibition planning will be an ideal platform for Chinese consumer products to reach the Russian and Eastern European markets.