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 China's 1969 Autumn Export Commodities Fair Closes

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China's 1969 Autumn Export Commodities Fair Closes

Source: Peking Review, No. 47, November 21, 1969
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

 China's 1969 Autumn Export Commodities Fair in Kwangchow closed on November IS. It took place in the midst of a new upsurge in China's socialist revolution and socialist construction following the Ninth Party Congress. The fair fully depicted China's thriving national economy and the warm friendship of the Chinese people for friends from all countries.
 More than 10.000 people attended the one-month fair. Among them were businessmen and friends in the political, economic, cultural and scientific circles from dozens of countries and regions of the five continents, overseas Chinese and compatriots from Hongkong and Macao.
 Trade delegations, officials or representatives of state trading companies from Tanzania, Zambia, Ceylon, South Yemen, Syria, Nepal, the Congo (B), Morocco and Cambodia attended the fair. They conveyed to the Chinese departments concerned their friendship for the Chinese people and desire to promote trade.
 Holding high the great' red banner of Mao Tsetung Thought, the staff of the fair signed large numbers of trade contracts with businessmen from other countries on the basis of equality and mutual benefit and the exchange of what one has for what one needs. This helped promote China's friendly relations with other parts of the world.
 Apart from attending the fair, the friends from other countries visited factories, rural people's communes and schools in Kwangchow. Through the visits, many foreign friends were deeply impressed by China's great achievements in her 20 years of socialist revolution and socialist construction, and especially by her tremendous victories in the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. The visits also enabled them to understand better China's proletarian foreign policy.
 A businessman from Syria after visiting the fair said: ''I have visited the Chinese Pavilions at many of the Damascus international fairs. Compared with what I saw there, the Chinese people, under Chairman Mao's leadership, have made still greater progress in industry, agriculture and other fields. What China exports in large quantities are food, clothing, building materials and other things needed by the people of other countries. By contrast, the U.S. imperialists are exporting large amounts of arms and ammunition and plundering people in all parts of the world. The great achievements made by the Chinese people under the wise leadership of Chairman Mao through untiring efforts, have given the lie to the U.S. imperialist propaganda against China. China should be congratulated on having such a wise leader as Chairman Mao and the Chinese people should be congratulated for inarching from victory to victory.”
 The revolutionary modern Peking opera Shachiapang and piano music The Red Lantern with Peking opera singing were once again performed for the guests at the fair. The Mao Tsetung Thought propaganda team of the No. 200 Hospital of the Chinese People's Liberation Army came specially to Kwangchow to give visitors moving accounts of how. by relying on invincible Mao Tsetung Thought, they had cured the aftereffects of infantile paralysis. Children who had been cured of the disease performed revolutionary theatrical items which were all warmly welcomed by the visitors.
 On the evening of November 15, at a reception held to mark the closing of the fair a speech was made by Chen Yu, Vice-Chairman of (he Kwangtung Provincial Revolutionary Committee and director of the fair. The success of the fair, he said, was an eloquent proof that U.S. imperialism and social-imperialism could never succeed in their attempts to disrupt the friendly relations between China and other parts of the world, no matter how they hated the Chinese people and what underhand tricks they resorted to. "Socialist China will never be isolated," he declared. "We have friends all over the world."
 ''We firmly believe," he went on, "that the 700 million Chinese people, who have been tempered in the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, will make still greater achievements in socialist revolution and socialist construction under the wise leadership of the Party Central Committee with Chairman Mao as its leader and Vice-Chairman Lin as its deputy leader. Our trade and friendly relations with other parts of the world are bound to grow still further."
  
  
  

 
 
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