The ninth Macao car launches to promote Chinese independent brand cars
China News Agency, Macau, October 25th (Reporter Long Tuyou) "The Ninth China (Macau) International Automobile Expo (hereinafter referred to as the Macau Auto Show)" was unveiled at the Venetian Cotai Expo in Macao on the 25th from mainland China, the United States, More than 200 well-known automobile companies from more than 20 countries and regions such as Japan, Germany, and Italy participated in the exhibition.
This auto show is jointly sponsored by Nanguang (Group) Co., Ltd., China National Machinery Industry Corporation, and Macau Convention and Exhibition Industry Association. The scale of the pavilion reaches 65,000 square meters, with three themed pavilions made in China, super luxury cars and imported cars.
The Macao Auto Show has always promoted China ’s own-brand cars as one of its key directions. Based on the radiation of Macau ’s Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and Southeast Asia, it connects the Portuguese-speaking countries with its location advantages and business service platform functions to build a bridge for Chinese auto companies to go global. FAW, Dongfeng, Changan, GAC, BYD and other well-known independent brands from the Mainland participated in the exhibition with their new models, fully demonstrating the leap from "Made in China" to "Smart Manufacturing in China".
Zhu Kai, deputy director of the International Cooperation Bureau of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, said that a number of Chinese independent brand cars successfully cooperated with Portuguese-speaking countries through the Macau Auto Show, reflecting the increasing international influence of the Macao Auto Show and becoming an important platform for Chinese independent brand cars to go global. .
The Macao Auto Show also took the theme of "Jiangjiang Shenghui" in the same period, and linked the 9th China (Macau) Yacht Import and Export Fair and the 8th Business Aviation Show to jointly build a land, sea and air joint event, and promote Macau as an international tourism and leisure city and a "grand event." All".
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