Project Matchmaking and Negotiating Guideline for CHINA MINING 2016 ---Download (PDF) Here
A Guide to Investment in China’s Mineral Industry 2016 ---Download (PDF) Here
CHINA MINING Congress & Expo 2016 collected 175 projects as a result of marketing and negotiation, including 43 gold ores, 25 copper ores, 18 lead and zinc ores,17 bauxite ores, 10 manganese ores, 10 iron ores, 7 thermal resources, 5 phosphorus ores, 3 silver ores, 3 molybdenum ores, 3 barite ores, 2 polymetallic ores, 2 vanadium ores, 2 coal mines, 2 nickel mines, 2 dolomite mines, 1 platinum and palladium ore, 1 kaolin mine, 1 ferrochrome ores, 1 diatomite mine,1 potash feldspar ore, 1 diamond mine,1 niobium and tantalum ore, 1 gypsum mine, 1 antimony ore, 1 tungsten ore, 1 rare earth mine, 1 fluorite ore, 1 jade ore, salt ore1, 1 tin ore, 1 zinc ore, 1 basalt ore, 1 heavy sand mine, 1 zirconium and titanium ore, 1 other mine.
The above-mentioned negotiation projects include 142 domestic projects, accounting for 81.1% of the total number of projects, 33 abroad projects, accounting for 18.9% of the total number of projects. Overseas projects are mainly located in the following countries: Guinea(6), Namibia(6), Mongolia(5), Tanzania(4), Canada(2), Botswana(2), Cambodia(2), Madagascar(2), Australia(1), Indonesia(1), Kyrgyzstan(1), Cote d'Ivoire(1)
CHINA MINING Congress & Expo has become the important platform for domestic and foreign mining enterprises to obtain information and cooperation. We wish that domestic and foreign mining industries continue as in the past to support and participate in the CHINA MINING once a year, to build it the important platform of communications and cooperation of international mining industry.
CHINA MINING Congress & Expo 2017 will be held on September 24 to 26, 2017 in Tianjin. During the event, the organizing committee will continue to carry out promotion, negotiation and matchmaking for projects cooperation on mineral exploration and development (including assembly and publish projects matchmaking and negotiating guideline). For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org