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1st Kunming Mining & Cooperation Forum (Sept 2-4, 2009)

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Sept 2-4, 2009

Empark Grand Hotel, Hunming, Yunan Province

Background

Entering the 21st century, the global mining industry is writing a new chapter. It is an era of resource economy. Mining market becomes more open and capitalized. Mineral exploring as well as financing becomes more diversified.

Yunnan is rich in natural resources, known as "the Kingdom of non-ferrous metals". More than 150 kinds of minerals have been proved there, accounting for 92.6% of Chinese total. Among the proved 92 minerals, 9 of them have the largest reserves in China and 21 of them are listed within top three. Mining as one of the five pillar industries in Yunnan plays an important role in the development of the local economy.

There are also a large number of untapped mineral resources in South East Asian countries. Yunnan province is a distributing center of mineral resources that connects China and South East Asia together. It also acts as a bridge for technology exchange as well as foreign trade between China and South East Asian countries.

The support plan for nonferrous metals industry by the central government provides opportunity for rapid development of mining industry in Yunnan. The SEAMF will become the largest platform for mineral exploration and mining rights transaction in South East Asia, and will promote the mutual cooperation for mining companies.


September is the golden season for tourism in Yunnan. The beautiful "Colorful Yunnan" welcomes you! The "Kingdom of Nonferrous Metals" welcomes you!

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