Three dedicated pavilion zones
Three exhibition zones full of attractive well-decorated booths have been set up under different themes.
Exhibition Halls 1, 2 and 3 serve the 15,000-sq-m Latin America Specialty Exhibition Area, which displays agricultural, mineral, medical, and cultural tourism products and services.
Leading businesses from Zhuhai, Hong Kong, and Macao have been given a 10,000-sq-m area in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area of Halls 4 and 5.
The China-LAC Cooperation Exhibition Area in Hall 6 covers 5,000 sq m and demonstrates Latin American economic and trade achievements by key domestic enterprises outside Guangdong.
In addition to those zones, high-profile Latin American countries are represented in Main Guest National Pavilions. They include Barbados, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Peru, Cuba, Grenada, Guyana, Chile, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Jamaica.
National Pavilion of Guyana
Furthermore, seven Latin American provinces, prefectures, and cities are spotlighted in a shared display.
Plenty of opportunities
Fifty-six deals valued at more than 3.2 billion yuan ($492 million) had been clinched as of Oct 31. Twelve of the most representative projects will be signed during the opening ceremony. They involve printing supplies, modern logistics, petrochemicals, and home electric appliances.
A meeting of the China-LAC International Expo will be held on Nov 9 with 400 merchants taking part. Business cross-promotion is to be arranged for Zhuhai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen in Guangdong and Tangshan in Hebei Province, which will be networked with Brazil's Espirito Santo and Mato Grosso, Argentina's San Nicolás, and Uruguay's Atlantida.