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Souvenir array grows

THREE new types of products - including household electric appliances, diamonds and publications, including a travel guide written by the Shanghai Daily - are going on sale, said the World Expo's executive committee.

The committee said the souvenirs combine the Expo element, new technology and traditional Chinese culture.

Some 80 sites selling 2010 World Expo souvenirs will open inside the Expo site, joining those already in business at transport hubs, shopping areas, scenic spots and several gas stations.

People can also buy souvenirs online (at and over TV, officials said.

The souvenir flagship stores will provide the most complete line of souvenirs. Seven have been opened: six in Shanghai and one in Beijing. The stores accept group bookings, said the committee.

Outside Shanghai, souvenirs are available in more than 4,000 sites around 31 provinces or cities on the Chinese mainland.

A hotline for souvenir information is 6271-6005. The service time is 9am to 7:30pm.

People who question the quality of products can dial the hotline or the city's consumers' hotline 12315, officials said.


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