China Toy Expo to Introduce New Products Zone for Overseas Buyers

A special zone for new export-ready products will open at 2014 China Toy Expo. The zone, located in Hall W4, will be for overseas buyers to find products quickly, and will allow buyers to visit suppliers’ booths directly to make further inquiries. Visitors to the special zone will be welcomed by English-speaking professionals and, if necessary, will be offered business-matching services in a private meeting room.

China Toy & Juvenile Products Association, the organizer of China Toy Expo, will also send updated exhibitors and products information to pre-registered buyers by email, and will match buyers’ sourcing needs with suitable suppliers before their visits.

Guangdong’s Toy Exports up 47.1% in February

According to www.chinaknowledge.com, the export value of toys in Guangdong Province amounted to $330 million in February, up 47.1 percent year on year, according to statistics from the local customs.

In the first two months of this year, the province’s toy export value rose 26.3 percent from the same period of last year to $720 million, with $260 million worth of toys exported to the U.S., accounting for 36.1 percent of the total toy exports of Guangdong.

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Hong Kong’s Toy Exports Fall in 2009

According to figures released by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), Hong Kong’s toy exports fell 10 percent to $88.55 billion HK ($11.35 billion U.S.) in the first 11 months of 2009. While toy exports to Czech rose 58.2 percent, exports to Russia fell 57.1 percent, exports to the U.S. dropped 23.6 percent, and exports to the European Union dipped 8 percent. Baby product exports reached approximately $6 billion HK ($726 million U.S.) in the first 11 months of 2009. Hong Kong’s top export markets were the U.S., UK, Macao, Italy, and France.