SHANGHAI, Jun. 30 (SMM) -- 2010 Chinese mining development summit will be held at Holiday Inn Central Plaza Beijing Hotel on August 5-6, 2010. The summit will cover some key topics, including mineral resources distribution in America and Africa, opportunities to mining industry from constant growth of Chinese economy and strategic and sustainable development of Chinese mineral resources reserve. This forum is co-organized by CBI Events and SMM Information and Technology Co., Ltd.
Currently, China copper concentrate supply can hardly meet demand. Aluminum output and consumption have both surged, and consumption deficit for nickel and chromium has been constantly expanding. In this context, it is of great significance to understand the investment trend in non-ferrous market to avoid risks.
Australian Embassy and South Africa Embassy also join hands with organizers, and will release a large number of non-ferrous mining projects at the forum. With the purpose to integrate industry resources and materialize more efficient intra-industry cooperation, the forum will present Chinese enterprises with rich mining resources as well as broad developing prospect from South Africa and Australia, and also help South Africa and Australia to tight cooperation with Chinese enterprises after clearly targeting investment projects.
It is reported that many renowned experts both from home and abroad will attend the forum to have face to face communication with participants. The distinguished guests presenting the forum include Yunling Xie who is professor of University of Science & Technology, Michael Zhou who is Finance & Investment Manager of KPMG CO., LTD, Recado Andrews who is commercial counselor of South African Consulate General Beijing, JerryWei who is Senior Investment Manager of Australia Embassy Beijing, Norman Ting who is the director of Ausenco China, Lianbi Zhou who is director of Beijing General Research Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Environmental Engineering, Yiyi Wu who is the head of Minter Ellison Shanghai Representative Office, etc. In addition, many mining entrepreneurs from South Africa and Australia will also attend the forum.
Besides informative information available, CBI Event has especially arranged a face to face fair of mining rights assignment to be held on August 6. The fair will be served as a bridge to facilitate cooperation and communication between Chinese miners and miners from South Africa and Australia for non-ferrous mining industry in 2010. The ongoing enthusiastic registration continues.
Moreover, South Africa Trade Industry minister will promote mining investment projects and explicate local mining policies along with more than fifty renowned local entrepreneurs at South Africa Pavilion in Shanghai World Expo Park. Your participation will be warmly welcomed. Please call at 51550869 for any details.
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