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Update September 14, 2016

Chiang Mai businesses sign MOU with Yiwu Market in China

Surapol Kieatchaiyakorn, Watchara Tantranont and Prakob Pornprasitkul – of C.M.V.Intertrade Co., Ltd. signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Gong Xian and other executives of the Yiwu International Land Port Group and Chinese officials at Khum Phaya Convention Center recently.

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Surapol Kieatchaiyakorn, Watchara Tantranont and Prakob Pornprasitkul – of C.M.V.Intertrade Co., Ltd. signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Gong Xian and other executives of the Yiwu International Land Port Group and Chinese officials to export agricultural and consumer products to Zhejiang Province in China with Chiang Mai acting as the hub to distribute products to the wholesale market in Zhejiang.  

Local businesses sign an MOU to export goods to the largest small commodities wholesale market in the world.

Yiwu City in Zhejiang has been verified by the World Bank and Morgan Stanley to be the largest wholesale market of small commodities in the world and is key to distributing small commodities across China and around the world as many leading export companies are located in Yiwu. 

The MOU will see the development of the export of Chiang Mai agricultural goods giving the industry an opportunity for development and improvement as well as promote trade channels for agricultural goods from Northern Thailand. 

Chiang Mai will be the center of trade for the market and the development of the North – South route linking the Upper North to Southern China will improve the transportation of goods. A One Stop Inspection Center will reduce customs procedures in the future.


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Chiang Mai businesses sign MOU with Yiwu Market in China


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