The 12th Annual China Mining Congress & Expo To Be Held On November 16th In Tianjin
The 12th Annual China Mining Congress & Expo To Be Held On November 16th In Tianjin
Beijing, July 28, 2010 AEST (ABN Newswire) - Hosted by the China Ministry of Land & Resources and the Tianjin Municipal Government, the 12th annual China Mining Congress & Expo 2010 will be held at the Tianjin Meijiang Convention and Exhibition Center from November 16 through 18, 2010. The theme of this year's Congress & Expo is: The World and China in Mining Consolidation: Co-operation, Responsibility and Development.

Given China's on-going economic expansion, the importance of entering into strategic partnership with foreign counterparts remains of the essence. The CHINA MINING Congress and Expo will give participants the opportunity to explore mutually beneficial possibilities for collaboration, and will feature attention-grabbing exhibition displays, enlightening conferences/ breakout sessions, and featured events that will both pay tribute to the outstanding achievement of a number of industry leaders as well as present unparalleled networking opportunities.

CHINA MINING Congress & Expo 2010 will call attention to and encourage original, forward-thinking joint partnership between international mining interests and those of China. With a diverse line-up of special sessions covering such topics as the current global mining capital market, developmental trends, the founding of the Chinese mining capital market, venture capital mechanism of exploration and innovative approaches for mining investment, attendees will gain insight to the opportunities available with the China mining sector.

In addition the conference will provide the opportunity to hear first hand from top Chinese government officials regarding the state of the mining sector in China and how the government is working in support and encourage best practices in exploration, development and foreign direct investment.

As with previous exhibitions CHINA MINING Congress & Expo 2010 will include exhibitor booths and official delegations from the primary extractive industries countries, mining and exploration companies, investment and financing institutions, evaluation and consulting companies, and (technical) service providers and equipment suppliers, as well as representatives of multi-lateral organizations interested in this crucial industry.

About CHINA MINING Congress and Expo

Ever since 2004, CHINA MINING has become one of the largest mineral exploration and mining trading platforms. Over the years CHINA MINING has evolved into one of the most influential mineral exploration/ extraction trade events in the world. It has come to play a critical role in bringing together top policy makers and leading industry figures.

China Mining Congress & Expo 2009 attracted more than 3,500 delegates from 55 countries and featured over 420 exhibitors.

Major sponsors of China Mining 2010 are Shandong Gold Group, Zhaojin Mining Industry (HKG:1818) (PINK:ZHAOF) and Zijin Mining Group Company Limited (HKG:2899) (SHA:601899) (PINK:ZIJMF). Among the Onsite sponsors are Mundoro Mining Inc., Orica (ASX:ORI), ChinaSD and Ausenco Limited (ASX:AAX) (PINK:AUEOF).

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About China Mining

China MiningCHINA MINING Conference and Exhibition - one of the world’s largest mineral investment, cooperation and trading platforms - covers the whole value chain, including geological surveying, exploration development, mining rights trading, mining investment & financing, smelting & processing, technique & equipment, mining services and many more. CHINA MINING plays a critical role in creating more communication and co-operation opportunities for domestic and international industry communities.



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