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2nd CHINA: Shipping, Ports and Logistics Conference

London 11-12 February 2008

China continues to grow at an unprecedented rate with GDP expected to exceed 10% this year. This level of GDP reflects China's huge and growing demand for raw materials and its export of commodities and finished products. Reliable and efficient supply chains based on maritime transport is underpinning this growth and it is China's rapid development that is fuelling international seaborne trade and influencing global commodity prices

Press Release

This 2nd China conference will provide an update on the rapid growth and development of China's maritime, ports and logistics sectors and will present some of the many commercial opportunities available to western based businesses. The conference will focus on the industrial engines driving China's growth and how that relates to the many facets of the maritime, ports and logistics sectors. Key conference topics include:

- Seaborne trade growth (bulk and containers)

- Shipbuilding and standards

- Port expansion, logistics and the supply chain

- Funding investment in China

- Yangtze River Opportunities

- Legal Issues

Conference fee GB£750 plus VAT (where appropriate)


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