The Australian Resources Chinese Investment Congress 2010 will enable potential investors to gain an insight into investment opportunities in Australian resources.
The congress, which is in its second year, will examine investment opportunities in mining, including iron ore, coal, copper and uranium; oil and gas; and renewable energy, including wind and geothermal.
It will also provide a forum for discussion of best practice models of achieving sustainable relationships between Australian and Chinese companies and investors. Such partnerships can achieve successful business outcomes.
The Australian Resources Chinese Investment Congress 2010 will be held on July 15 and 16 at The Grand Stamford Hotel Glenelg in Adelaide, South Australia.
ARCI 2010 is a two- day interactive congress aimed at increasing dialogue between China and Australia and will cover:
• Latest issues affecting the resources sector
• Legal and commercial issues of doing business between Australia and China
• Best practice models and case studies
• Economic outlook for future growth
• One-on-one meeting program.
Presented by Vertical Events and Apollo Global, ARCI 2010 is supported by the Government of South Australia through the Department of Primary Industries and Resources (PIRSA) and the Department of Trade & Economic Development (DTED), the South Australian Chamber of Mines & Energy (SACOME), the ASIA Miner Magazine, Norman Waterhouse Lawyers and the Australia China Business Council.
Companies presenting include G-Resources and China Sci-Tech, China Yunnan Copper Australia, CRU, Clark & Maron, Westray Engineering, Sinosteel Uranium, Image Resources, Tianjin Eagle Energy Investment Management Company, Golden Cross Resources, Archer Exploration, Westpac, BDO, Ernst & Young and Capital Eight and Ausenco.
For further information and to register please go to www.verticalevents.com.au or contact Genevieve Riviere at [email protected].