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North Korea holds intíl commodity exhibition
10/30/2005
 

          Pyongyang, Oct 29 (KCNA): The First Autumn International Commodity Exhibition has been successfully held from October 24 to 27 in Pyongyang under the sponsorship of the Korean International Exhibition Corporation.
Over ten trade corporations of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and 78 companies from different countries including China, Netherlands, Romania, Switzerland, Sweden and Italy and regions participated in the exhibition.
On display there were more than 20,000 pieces of 5,000 kinds of goods including ironware, machine tools, poultry facilities, medicines, agricultural chemicals and fertilizers, petrol chemical goods, electric and electronic goods and foodstuffs and technical data.
Particularly, wire cut electro-discharge machine, digital combined vertical processing lathe and NC lathe, mining machines and poultry facilities attracted the attention of the visitors.
During the exhibition, delegates of enterprises had wide range of contacts to explore possibilities of trade transactions and concluded commodity export contracts.

 

 
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