The 13th China International Fair for Investment & Trade (CIFIT) 8th - 11th September 2009
CIFIT is poised to become the world's most prestigious international investment exposition, offering optimum opportunity for business people at home and abroad to get a bird's-eye-view on the investment climates in China and other countries.
To cope with the severe impact of the international financial crisis on the world economy, nations around the world are vigorously expanding investment and trade.
The Chinese government has drawn up a series of measures to boost economic growth, and expanding investment and spurring domestic demand are now China’s top priorities. CIFIT will vigorously promote investment projects by industry and give priority to property development, cultural creative industries, tourism, agriculture, and development zones.
The CIFIT features a focus upon nationality and internationality, upon investment negotiation and investment policy promotion, upon coordinated development of national and regional economy, and upon economic and trade exchanges across the Taiwan Strait.
To date, organizations in 58 countries and regions have signed up for exhibition at CIFIT, and the number is expected to rise to 80. More than 250 organizations in over 60 countries and regions will send delegations to the CIFIT and the United States, France, Italy, Britain, Australia, the Netherlands, and Brazil.
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