US - China Business & Trade Symposium in Yangtze Delta Region (Sept. 8 - 14, 2005)
Troy, MI, June 30, 2005 - The municipal government of Shanghai, together with the governments of Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, will hold a high-level Business & Trade Symposium from September 8th to 14th in the Yangtze Delta Region. This is going to be a great opportunity for any interested investors and companies to have a clear understanding of the region's infrastructure, environment and policies. So far more than 200 government officials from relevant departments and local successful entrepreneurs have registered for the symposium. The event highlights several high-level business networking workshops to provide the attendees real business and investment opportunities. At the symposium, the attendees will also be able to tour several highly recommended Economic & Technology Development Zones (Check www.jndz.gov.cn/english for a glance).
The Yangtze Delta Region has become the most important economic region in China. The region embraces the city of Shanghai and Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui Provinces. There are over 200 cities and towns in the Delta with a total population of near 200 million, making the region the largest contiguous concentration of people in Asia. The Yangtze Delta Region is also the principal economic powerhouse of China. According to officials of China Developing and Reforming Committee, the Delta Region accounts for more than 20% of China's GDP, and its economy continues rising.
As the leading Chinese American organizations in the Greater Detroit area, the Chinese Association of Greater Detroit (CAGD), Detroit Chinese Engineers Association (DCEA) and Global Village are invited to be the symposium coordinators in North America. If you are planning to expand your business or explore opportunities in China, you are sincerely invited to this great event. One bilingual trip coordinator will accompany you through your entire trip.
For the program details and fee, please feel free to send an email to the event coordinator Ken Chen at email@example.com.