With China’s demand continuing to provide the emphasis for growth in the resources industry, the 13th China Mining Congress & Expo in Tianjin during November will be the ideal forum to examine China’s domestic mining industry and its overseas influences.
China Mining 2011 is hosted by the China Ministry of Land and Resources and the Tianjin Municipal Government. The organizing committee has put together a comprehensive program to examine matters of relevance to the Chinese and global mining industry.
Government officials from China and from leading global mining countries, high-level industry representatives from influential mining companies, experts and analysts from renowned financial institutions as well as related academics and association representatives will gather at the Meijiang Convention Centre in the city of Tianjin from November 6-8.
China Mining 2011 will feature summits, including The Ministers’ Forum and Global Mining CEO Roundtable; will look at investment and financing aspects including capital markets, regional investment forums and outbound mining investment; and will cover various commodities, including precious metals, base metal, minerals, non-metals and bulk commodities. It will also look at prospecting and exploration issues and will cover technology and equipment as well as sustainability.
The event is expected to attract more than 5000 delegates from 60 countries, including large delegations from the world’s major mining jurisdictions. It will feature 200 speakers and more than 600 booths,