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Guizhou farm products made more easily available in Beijing

China Daily, October 24, 2016 Adjust font size:

A woman of the Miao ethnic group from Guizhou showcases her embroidery skills in Beijing on Oct 16. [Photo/]

Guizhou agricultural products have been made more readily available to people in the Chinese capital Beijing, after more than 10 Guizhou businesses signed agreements with e-commerce platform Guo'an Community on Oct 16.

Products such as pepper sauces, dried bean curd, and dragon fruit will now be available for people to order online as a result of the deals worth some 400 million yuan ($59.36 million).

Dancers in ethnic dress perform for Beijing residents on Oct 16. [Photo/]

Providing Guizhou companies with a platform to better connect with consumers in the capital, is part of a government project aimed at alleviating poverty and improving social welfare for many communities across Guizhou province.

To celebrate the deal, a launch ceremony was held in Beijing on Oct 16.