The Cuban Embassy here indicated that the shipment arrived here on Sunday at the port of Xiamen (east) and will supply the offers presented on the digital site.
“In a few days the National Pavilion will start operating at the important Chinese platform JD WorldWide, as part of our government’s strategy to expand and diversify Cuban exports to the Chinese market,” the Cuban Embassy explained.
According to the diplomatic mission, a wide variety of products such as rums, honey and canned fruits will be available, and other goods that will arrive in China in a future shipment will be added to the catalog.
The Embassy noted that the pavilion at JD.com will also promote “tourism and cultural services to attract more Chinese visitors to our country.”
The company is one of China’s e-commerce giants, along with Alibaba.com, Taobao and Sunning, among others.