YEREVAN, September 12. / ARKA /. Armenia opened yesterday its permanent pavilion at Global Purchasing Centre in Tayzhou in the Chinese province of Jionsun, the press service of the armenian government said. It said Russia, France, Britain, the U.S., Switzerland, Italy, Germany and several other European and Asian countries have opened their pavilions too.
The opening ceremony of the Armenian pavilion which is showcasing brandies, wines and juices, was attended by head of government staff Vache Gabrielyan and Armenian businessmen.
"Having a permanent pavilion in Jionsun with a population of 80 million will allow Armenian producers to discover the potential of the Chinese market and create profitable business relationships", the Armenian government said.
According to the National Statistical Service of Armenia, Armenia’s trade with China in 2012 amounted to $431.7 million, up 2.7% from the previous year. -0-