Dragon Mart to come up in Qatar
- Qatar: Thursday, February 28 - 2013 at 04:19
The Chinese ambassador to Qatar has announced a "Dragon Mart" featuring hundreds of shops selling Chinese goods exclusively is set to be opened at the Barwa Commercial Avenue by the end of this year or early 2014, Gulf Times has reported. To be based on the Dubai Dragon City, the Dragon Mart would be spread over 20,000 sq m and will have "about 100 shops to begin with," said ambassador Gao Youzhen. "In Dubai the facility was set up primarily to meet the needs of the country. Later, many of the Chinese products were exported to other GCC, Middle East and African countries. Doha could also make use of the new facility to expand its business with other countries," said Youzhen.
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