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Sunday, 20 July 2008 13:17

Futian Market in Yiwu

"The" market of Yiwu is in fact composed of a succession of several markets spread over the city. There are about twenty markets, some of which are gathered in the same building.
Here are listed the main markets*:

Arts and crafts market (gifts made of glass/wood/metal, 3D crystal items, beads, Christmas products, and other decoration items)
DIY and gardening market
Umbrellas market
artificial flowers market
Stationery market (ball pens, fountain pens, advertising pens, pencils, erasers, pen boxes, files, and all kinds of stationeries)
Sport and other leisure (fishing, music,...) markets 
Clocks and watches market
Eyeglasses and sunglasses market
Kitchen and bathroom hardware market (plastic market)
Toys market
Candles market
Cosmetic market
Fashion jewellery market (rings, earrings, necklaces, hairpins, bracelets, ankle bracelets, toe rings, tattoos, artificial locks, wigs, all types of ornaments...)
Mobile phones accessories market (mobile phones boxes, parts, cordons, ornaments,...)
Small home appliances/ small electronic products market (FM radios, voice recorders, CD/VCD/DVD/MP3 players, earphones, microphones,...)
Bags and leather products market (bags, belts, wallets, purses,...)
Shoes market
Tissue, cloths market
Socks market


Yiwu succeeded in attracting companies from Eastern China (from Beijing to Guangzhou, including Shanghai and the neighbouring regions,  which are the most active from an economic point of view) and then it became the biggest small commodities export centre.
Today, the different markets of Yiwu cover an area of around one million square meters, with more than 320000 items classified in 1502 different categories... thus Yiwu is the biggest supermarket in the world, but also the most important exhibition centre for small commodities.
As a result, every day, more than 1000 containers leave Yiwu. This makes Yiwu an obliged way in the international trade landscape.

 
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