The "World Original Commodity Expo" has been held for 11 sessions and has become a hot spot for Chinese and foreign buyers. Many types of goods are selling well and exhibitors from many countries have obtained considerable sales revenue and substantial trade contracts. Exhibitors from many countries have expanded their business networks with Chinese partners and gained insight into the latest market trends within just a few days of the exhibition. Some small and medium-sized enterprises from various countries have reached cooperation intentions with Chinese enterprises. The "World Original Commodity Expo" has become an important entry point for exhibitors from various countries to understand the Chinese market and expand their business networks. Over the past sessions, exhibitors from many countries have participated in multiple sessions of the exhibition. The overall satisfaction of the visiting merchants is very high and they are full of confidence in the Chinese market. More With the new trends and changes in current international and domestic economic and trade development, the 12th World Indigenous Products Expo will be held in June 2024 based on the experience of previous World Original Commodity Expos. This exhibition will also adjust the scope of exhibits and other aspects. In terms of quality, scale and influence, it will be significantly improved compared with previous sessions, providing more trade opportunities for exhibitors from various countries to expand the Chinese market. More As China's first "World Original Commodity Expo" focusing on imported indigenous products, it was first held in Tianjin in 2009. The first exhibition was participated by countries and regions such as Indonesia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Greece, Kenya, Poland, Thailand, Nepal, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Zimbabwe. Products exhibited include olive oil products from Greece, handicrafts from Indonesia, crystal and vodka from Belarus, rose cosmetics and wine from Bulgaria, food and herbal skin care products from Thailand, jewelry and jade from Myanmar, furniture and silverware from Nepal, carpets, marble handicrafts and brass handicrafts from Pakistan, and unique wood carvings from Africa.The rich and diverse goods provided the maximum trading space for exhibitors and traders at that time. More