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2010 International Copper Industry Forum (6th)
Jan 6,2010 08:55CST
data analysis

The conflict between businesses and institutions – up or down?

The competition between upstream and downstream market players
 – will the actual demand stay flat or grow up?
The game between market and policy
– sudden upsurge or steady pick-up in the end-user market? 
Essentials and cash
 – inflation in sight, what factors will determine the copper price trend in 2010?

The 6th International Copper Industry Forum which is organized by CBI China will be held in Nanjing, China, during March. 9-10, 2010. Based on the past five-year event experience and strategic partner, Shanghai Nonferrous Metal (www.smm.cn) 's solid understanding over the copper industrial chain, we have accumulated groups of stable customers, which are active market players in the domestic market.  
By integrating three main elements--- global copper price dissection, market terminal analysis, copper scrap trend forecast, this conference is exactly the one which aims at a  comprehensive discussion and acts as a platform for neutral and objective market feedback collection.

CBI Metal Series Forum, specifically targeted, not to be missed.

The conference will facilitate a communication opportunities for you with international suppliers of copper ore , international smelters , international research groups , domestic copper ore suppliers , domestic smelters , domestic manufacturers of copper pipes, rods, sheets, strips , copper traders , domestic end-users, research institutions , futures exchange and investment banks, and etc.

For more details, please refer to the attached forum brochure or contact the organizing team.

Nickey Fu
CBI Event  CBI China 
799 Tianshan Road, Shanghai, 200335, China
Tel:  86 21 5155 0870/ 5155 0996
Fax: 86 21 51550868
E-mail: nickeyfu@cbichina.com
Forum website: http://cu2010.cbichina.com

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For queries, please contact Frank LIU at liuxiaolei@smm.cn

For more information on how to access our research reports, please email service.en@smm.cn

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