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China’s largest agriculture tech fair to begin with new sections

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The twenty eighth China Yangling Agricutural Hi-Tech Fair (CAF) will probably be held from October 22 to 26 in northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, the organizers introduced lately.

Themed “sci-tech innovation drives rural vitalization,” the fair will collect authorities officers, entrepreneurs and consultants from associated fields to the Yangling Agricultural High-tech Industrial Demonstration Zone.

The five-day occasion will function 12 main actions, together with a roundtable convention on the event of recent agriculture amongst Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states.

More than 2,100 cubicles have been arrange, divided into 4 indoor sections and as many out of doors ones.

“The exhibition space has been expanded,” mentioned Shi Gaoling, deputy Party secretary of the Yangling demonstration zone at a press convention in Beijing. “New content material sections may even be added.”

According to the organizing committee, the fair may have on-line and offline periods this yr due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A nationwide fashionable agricultural innovation and enterprise contest may even be held for the primary time through the fair.

In 2020, the fair exhibited greater than 9,000 new agricultural scientific and technological achievements and attracted 1.5 million on-line and offline members from over 50 international locations and areas.

Launched in 1994, the CAF is a government-sponsored, nationwide 5A-level agricultural complete exhibition. It can also be licensed by the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry.

CAF is the largest complete agricultural exhibition in China by far, collectively displaying home and overseas agricultural high-tech achievements and superior relevant applied sciences in each annual session.

In current years, the variety of guests has exceeded 1.5 million yearly, together with greater than 100,000 skilled retailers. The transactions amounted to over 100 billion yuan ($15.5 billion).

(With enter from Xinhua.)