7th Annual Asia Mining Partnering Forum 2013

June 6-7 | 2013 Beijing, China


Growing optimism in the mining industry and strong demand fundamentals are spurring the industry’s resurgence. As the outlook for the mining industry is increasingly positive, companies are taking definitive action on capital projects and mergers and acquisitions. Yet if demand outstrips supply – particularly as demand surges in emerging markets – the industry will face a significant challenge.


Mining industry leaders are confident in the strength of emerging market economies, particularly China, which will strive for a 7% growth target as outlined in the 12th Five Year Plan. According to the Ministry of Commerce, PRC, China now ranks as the fifth largest global investor in foreign direct investment (FDI) since 2010 and 90% of the foreign investment focuses on mining, energy, finance and manufacturing industry. Chinese government encourages not only the SOEs but also the private ventures to go out and invest in overseas mineral resources to fuel its growth target in the 12th five year plan.


Over the past Six years, the Asia Mining Partnering Forum has attracted more than 1,500 delegates from 300 companies and 25 countries, providing one of Asia’s preeminent platforms for global mining & metals insiders to establish contacts, exchange ideas and forge partnerships. The forum series have been well received and acclaimed by global participants. Concentrating on “Connecting Chinese Investors with Global Miners”, the 7th annual Asia Mining Partnering Forum 2013 will convene June 6-7, 2013 in Beijing China. This event will provide an ideal platform to explore funding opportunities and strategic partnerships and inform you of the latest policies and developments in global mining industry.

Please visit: http://www.cdmc.org.cn/2013/ampf/

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