For those whi don't know, China Import and Export Fair, also known as Canton Fair, was established in the spring of 1957.  As a comprehensive international trading event with the longest history, the largest scale, the most complete exhibit variety, the largest buyer attendance, the broadest distribution of buyers' source country and the greatest business turnover in China, Canton Fair is hailed as China’s No.1 Fair and the barometer of China’s foreign trade.

We are glad to be part of thh trade show. And we sldo very excited to introduce our prducts to customers from vary defferent areas.
It's nice to have coversation with you guys, and we are looking forward for our next meeting.
Mazda’s recently-launched supermini already has the attention of experts around the world, as evidenced by the recent acquisition of Japan’s 2014 Car of the Year award.
What Receiving Japan’s 2014 Car of the Year Award Means for Mazda
This highly-coveted automotive award signals that Mazda is on the right track with the segment-dominating vehicles it’s been recently producing (apart from the mixed response over the new Miata).

In a race that’s typically dominated by Honda and Toyota, Mazda is finally starting to catch up. Just two years ago, the Mazda CX-5 brought home the same title for the 2012-2013 season, and now the Mazda2 (Demio) takes home Japan’s 2014 Car of the Year award.

Receiving Japan’s 2014 Car of the Year award promises a bright future for the supermini. It joins the likes of the Volkswagen Golf (’13-’14), the Nissan LEAF (’11-’12), the Toyota Prius (’09-’10), and the Honda Fit (’07-’08).

In order to be eligible for consideration, the passenger vehicle must reach a minimum projected annual sale of 500 units and be launched in Japan between November 1, 2014 and September 30, 2014. That means we’re almost to beginning the next eligibility season, so get ready to start taking bets on next year’s contenders.