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China Homelife trade fair begins from Nov 20 in Mumbai
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China Homelife is a global series of B2B exhibitions held in Dubai, Brazil, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt and Poland. First edition of the event in India will be held from 20th to 22nd November at the Bombay Exhibition Centre at Goregaon, Mumbai.

Over 500 exhibitors will be displaying 20,000 quality products from China at the most competitive prices. A unique feature of the show is the screening process which ensures the quality of the products offered by the exhibitors.

The exhibition has dedicated focus on eight product segments, including furniture, home appliance, textile and garments, kitchen and bathroom, lighting and lamp, home electronics, mother and baby products along with gift items.

The home textiles market in India is growing in leaps and bounds since the last few years. The housing boom of the recent years too has fuelled demand for home textiles in India. For manufacturing home textile products, India has a great demand in textile fabric.

According to KSA Technopak, India has a 33% annual growth rate in fabric import these years. In India, only 4% local fabric is used in producing textile products, others rely on import. The key exporters are China, Taiwan and Korea, in which China occupies the largest market.

China Homelife show provides India importers and whole sellers a unique opportunity to source new suppliers and products. Almost 70% of the exhibitors are new to the region. Thereby increasing the chances of Indian entrepreneurs and businesses to develop new trade partnerships and tie-ups.

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