8th Chinese Ind. Min. Conference

8th Chinese Industrial Minerals Conference

7-9 September 2009

Shangri-La Hotel, Qingdao, China

An industrial Minerals event, in association with the China Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals & Chemicals, Importers & Exporters.

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As global markets have crashed the world is looking to China as the potential saviour. Never has it been more important to understand this dynamic market. With export licences and quotas in a state of flux*join over 300 expected delegates at the 8th Chinese Industrial Minerals Conference.*It's your chance to get the information you need to drive your business forward in these difficult times. Visit:


Can you really afford to miss the gathering of the most influential decision makers in the Chinese minerals markets and miss out on deals to be done? This unique bi-ennial meeting*of international and Chinese companies*will give you unrivalled opportunities to network and build new*relationships with all levels of the supply chain in the Chinese minerals markets. Despite these global difficulties China‚s economy is still growing and domestic demand is likely to continue, hear how to develop successful joint ventures and supply this market.

Register before 5 June & online to SAVE US$600


Confirmed speakers include:

Chen Haoran, Chairman, CCCMC, China

John Evans, Managing Director, Tractus Asia, China

Ian Wilson, Ian Wilson Consultancy, UK

Larry Lai, Yie Lie Enterprise, China

Dr Yoke Fong, Almatis, China

Jack Gao, General Manager, Refmin China Co. Ltd, China

Dr Richard Flook, Managing Director, Shinagawa Refractories Australasia, Australia

Quan Yue, Director, Magnesite Resources Offi ce, Liaoning Provincial Government, China

Eileen Hao, Associate Consultant, Roskill Information Services Ltd, UK

Murray Lines, Director, Stratum Resources, Australia

George Hawley, President, George C Hawley & Associates, USA

I look forward to seeing you in Qingdao.

Kind regards

Victoria Smith

Head of Industrial Minerals Events


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