Asia Interprise EU – China Shanxi Region – 25-28 September 2008, Taiyuan



The EU – China Shanxi Region Partnership Project is an opportunity for 60 companies from all over Europe to meet with 140 Chinese companies. The project is co-funded by the EU, supported by UNIDO ITPO – China, and organized by the Taiyuan municipal government in partnership with six business promotion organizations across Europe.

Shanxi and its neighboring provinces produce about half of China’s coal. Traditionally, industries in this region specialize in mining, power generation, metal casting and heavy equipment manufacturing.

The project addresses higher value added production while building on the strengths of the region. Our project sectors are coal chemicals, machinery manufacturing, cleaner production, and new materials. Since cleaner production is critical for sustainable development, companies providing relevant expertise, equipment, and technology are most welcome.

Business Opportunities

Registered Chinese company information in our company catalogue will serve as your company’s most valuable source of information on business opportunities in the Shanxi Region, be sure to search it carefully.

The following list details types of cooperation companies might wish to consider within the framework of this project. However, you should also take full advantage of industry reports written especially with this project in mind by our sector experts to understand more about specific opportunities for cooperation.

     -Sales of Equipment: Export equipment or technology to Chinese projects

     -OEM Contracting: Manufacture products by order

     -Act as Agent/ Dealer: Distribute Chinese products or services in Europe

     -Find an Agent/ Dealer: Export your products or technology to China

     -Provide Services: Provide services to Chinese companies

     -Invest in China: Joint venture, mergers and acquisitions, or green/brown field

     -Seek Investment: Grow through investment from China, by joint venture, or mergers and acquisitions

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