The 17th China International Exposition of Housing Industry & Products and Equipment of Building Industrialization
The 17th China International Exposition of Housing Industry & Products and Equipment of Building Industrialization (hereafter referred to as CIEHI EXPO) will be held by the Chinese housing ministry MOHURD (specially by the Center of Science and Technology & Industrialization Development MOHURD) in Beijing (Pékin) China from October 11th to 13th 2018.
THE CIEHI EXPO is the most important and influential event in the field of housing and urban-rural construction field in China, and the most constructive exchange platform for the latest technologies and products for both the Chinese domestic market and the international market.
2017 CIEHI EXPO attracted more than 70 000 visitors last year with 36 000M² and will expand to 54 000M² this year. In addition, an international exhibition area of 4000M² will be created this year.
2018 is the Sino-French Environmental year, jointly launched by the French president Mr Emmanuelle MACRON and the Chinese president Mr XI Jinping.
Therefore, the MOHURD welcomes especially the French expertise and the best practices. Your enterprise is warmly invited to participate in this unique event which is one of the best way to propose your innovative solutions to the Chinese market.
For further information, please contact Ms Yawei ZENG, the official representative of Center of Science and Technology & Industrialization Development MOHURD, by firstname.lastname@example.org or by mobile phone 06 12 44 38 52.
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