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China Hi-Tech Fair 2009

China Hi-Tech Fair 2009 Boasts Wider International Influences with Many International Exhibitors

Under the dramatic impact of the global financial crisis, the China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) 2009 has made encouraging achievements in attracting international exhibitors and visitors through innovative measures. A total of 17 countries, including the US, Russia, the Republic of Korea, Hungary, Belgium, and Finland, have confirmed their participation.

The CHTF is an internationally recognized Chinese event.

The influence and reputation of the CHTF are highly praised by many foreign governments. The Russian vice minister of education and technology, the Finnish vice minister of economics and labor as well as the Hungarian former Prime Minister and vice minister of national development and economy will lead the participation of their respective countries, to meet the challenges posed by the financial crisis by intensifying cooperation with China through the CHTF. Additionally, Brussels Enterprise Agency, the Parliament of Vienne in France, the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency, the Australian Trade Commission and the government of Samara Oblast in Russia will be present at the CHTF 2009.

The favourable effects of the CHTF are highly praised by international exhibitors.

The quality service provided CHTF is recognized by foreign exhibitors. Foreign chambers and associations of commerce come and express their wish to cooperate more with the fair. The IHK Nurnberg, Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Association of Trade and Development of Wallonia, Belgium have organized enterprises of their countries to participate in previous CHTFs for years. Many international enterprises have successfully entered into the Chinese market through the CHTF. Considering the favourable effects of the CHTF, the South Korea-China Trade Promotion Association plans to organize a large number of South Korean enterprises come to CHTF 2009.

Foreign governments and chambers of commerce vie to hold the Seminar on Sino-Foreign Hi-Tech collaboration of CHTF.

The success of the Seminar on Sino-foreign Hi-Tech in Germany, Finland and Hungary has greatly promoted cooperation and communication between domestic and foreign enterprises. Seeing that, the governments and chambers of commerce of Israel, Russia, France, Austria and other countries expressed their hopes to hold such seminars, to bridge their local enterprises and Chinese counterparts in the most authoritative, convenient and effective way.

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