China Wuhan International Tea Industry Expo
China Wuhan International Tea Industry Expo convenes famous tea, artisan and experts at home and abroad from top tea industry, big coffee, and tea lovers Gather together to create a grand tea feast.
The exhibition advantage
Wuhan -- the capital of Hubei province, the national regional center city (central China), deputy provincial city, the largest metropolis in central China, the economic, financial, commercial, trade, logistics and cultural center in the inland region, with the geographical advantages of connecting east to west, south to north, attracting four directions and radiating all directions. It can reach the seven surrounding provinces of Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi, Anhui, Henan, Chongqing and Shaanxi, with a total population of 400.87 million. The exhibition hall Wuhan international convention and exhibition center occupies the core of the most important business circle in Wuhan, which has a daily flow of 800,000 people.
In 2017, wuhan's gross domestic product (GDP) reached 1341.034 billion yuan, an increase of 8.0% over the previous year. Of this amount, the added value of the primary industry reached 40.82 billion yuan, up 2.8%; The added value of the secondary industry reached 586.135 billion yuan, up 7.1%; The added value of the tertiary industry reached 714.079 billion yuan, up 9.2%. The composition of the three industries was 3.3:43.9:52.8, and 3.0:43.7:53.3. The city's per capita GDP reached 123,831 yuan, an increase of 6.6 percent, based on the number of permanent residents.
By the end of 2017, the total population of Hubei province was 59.02 million, the permanent population of Wuhan city was 10.8929 million, and the registered population was 8.7187 million.
As the hometown of lu yu, the tea saint, Hubei is also a major tea exporting and consuming province in China. Hubei is a major tea producing area in China, with a vast tea area, complete tea categories, excellent quality, and rich tea resources. Wuhan is the three major tea circulation and consumption cities in China, and also the external window and key market of the tea market in central China, with the annual consumption of tens of thousands of tons of tea.