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2012 International Zinc Conference and Zinc Oxide Industry Conference

Data Analysis 01:42:21PM Jan 11, 2012 Source:SMM

The 2012 International Zinc Conference and Zinc Oxide Industry Conference will be held February 19-22, 2012 at the Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa, Rancho Mirage, California, USA. Sponsored by the International Zinc Association, this event is the premier zinc industry-sponsored event in the world, and is now in its twenty-first year. Miners, smelters, brokers, analysts and others from over 20 countries will be represented at the conferences, affording extensive business-networking opportunities for the attendees along with a formal program featuring presentations on global metal and mining supply and demand, new uses of zinc, Chinese production and consumption trends, new smelter and mine projects, zinc oxide uses and demand and other topical issues of common interest.

Full program details and registration materials are at www.zinc.org
 

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47900.0
85.0
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47870.0
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47925.0
75.0
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2012 International Zinc Conference and Zinc Oxide Industry Conference

Data Analysis 01:42:21PM Jan 11, 2012 Source:SMM

The 2012 International Zinc Conference and Zinc Oxide Industry Conference will be held February 19-22, 2012 at the Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa, Rancho Mirage, California, USA. Sponsored by the International Zinc Association, this event is the premier zinc industry-sponsored event in the world, and is now in its twenty-first year. Miners, smelters, brokers, analysts and others from over 20 countries will be represented at the conferences, affording extensive business-networking opportunities for the attendees along with a formal program featuring presentations on global metal and mining supply and demand, new uses of zinc, Chinese production and consumption trends, new smelter and mine projects, zinc oxide uses and demand and other topical issues of common interest.

Full program details and registration materials are at www.zinc.org