China: Prochile is getting ready for the “Chile week 2023”

China: Prochile is getting ready for the “Chile week 2023”

ProChile is preparing to carry out the Chile Week in China, which in its 2023 version will have various activities that aim to strengthen relations between the two countries. Once again, cherries and its export will be a topic of conversation, as one of the most relevant exports of the fruit sector.

In its eighth version, ProChile China is getting ready for the “Chile Week 2023”, an event that will take place between October 14 and 20, in the cities of Shenzhen, Chengdu, Beijing and Shanghai. The Asian country is one of the main trading partners of the Latin American economy, which has been key in strengthening the Chilean economy and boosting exports and import of products for both nations.

Since the negotiations of the Free Trade Agreement, in 2002, trade has been increasingly strengthened year after year, and by 2021 goods from the Asian giant that arrived in Chile reached US $25,562 and exports almost US $10,000 million more, according to the National Customs Service.

Thus, the importance of relations between the two countries is reflected in the Chile Week that is annually celebrated and whose objective is to seek new alliances, strengthen ties and exchange experiences. China is one of the main export markets for Chile, where mining and agricultural products are some of the main points of interest. In this sense, Chile has the Asian country as its main export destination for cherries. During the 2021-2022 financial year, Chile exported 356,348 tons of cherries to different markets around the world. Of this figure, 313,237 tons were sent to China.

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During these days, different authorities and industry experts will share their knowledge with the aim of supporting the promotion of companies and discovering business opportunities with local importers. In addition, the meeting will feature seminars, field visits and product tasting. Among these activities, the seminar and technical visit to the Port of Yantian stands out, with the focus to support the upcoming cherry season.

In this occasion, ProChile invited exporting companies from different sectors to apply to participate in the activities, where they will be able to deepen their knowledge of the market and the alternatives to trade through experiences and on-site exchanges with relevant counterparties. Companies may participate in promotional activities in the Chinese market such as business meetings, technical visits, networking rounds and promotional activities.

To see more about the “Chile Week 2023” click here.

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