Mines and Money Beijing 2013

Mines and Money Beijing is China’s leading conference and exhibition focusing on Chinese outbound investment into international mining projects.

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With over 1,000 representatives from China’s leading mineral resource investors and 100 international mining companies in attendance this year, Mines and Money Beijing will provide unparalleled opportunities for China’s resource investors to source their next overseas mining investment opportunity.

Make sure you are at Mines and Beijing this year to benefit from a packed conference agenda including thought leadership keynotes, mining company spotlight presentations, investor panels and analyst insights.

Browse an international exhibition of mining investment opportunities, where China’s leading resource investors, will be able to meet with mining companies from around the world to discuss outbound investment strategies and international mining
investment opportunities.

Mines and Money Beijing 2013 highlights will include:

  • Expanded exhibition featuring 60+ mining investment opportunities from around the world
  • New online meeting planner and onsite meeting zone to help facilitate meetings between mining companies and buy-side investors
  • Updates on China’s resource acquisition and outbound investment strategies following the selection of the new government
  • Discussion on opportunities for Chinese outbound investor to partner with international mining companies and leverage their experience of investing into the world’s key emerging mining regions
  • High-value networking between mining companies and a wide range of serious outbound investors, from major SOEs and sovereign wealth funds to PE funds and investment holding companies
  • Africa mining investment-focused Summit
  • Expert masterclass on how to structure a successful outbound investment deal
  • Market analysis and investment opportunities in key in-demand commodities: Coal, iron ore, copper, aluminium, nickel, zinc, precious metals and more…

Mines and Money Beijing 2013 will bring together international mining project developers and Chinese outbound investors with capital to invest.


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