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THE 4TH CANADA CHINA BUSINESS FORUM

June 24, 2010

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 4TH CANADA CHINA BUSINESS FORUM ON JUNE 24—IN OTTAWA.

Join us in Ottawa on June 24 for the most senior gathering of Chinese leaders in Canada since President HU Jintao brought 150 delegates to Toronto in 2005 for the 1st Canada China Business Forum. The Forum is the best opportunity your organization to connect and interact with the most high-profile and important Chinese c-suite executives active across a broad spectrum of sectors in China that are critical to Canadian companies and investors. Many among these will be looking to Canada as a potential investment destination.

The Canada China Business Forum is jointly organized by CCBC and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT). It alternates between Canada and China. This 4th Forum occurs on the margins of the G-20, as a group with hundreds of senior Chinese executives, from firms big and small, accompany President Hu to Ottawa.

The business people slated to accompany these leaders will provide an excellent opportunity for direct interaction in a variety of sectors. The afternoon plenary provides strategic and practical plenary sessions, followed by a sectoral networking session, and an evening banquet with keynote speakers.

Further information on the delegation makeup will be released in coming weeks, as the delegates confirm their visas. An early read on sectors is below. As with prior CCBF events, early registration is required, as corporate tables for the banquet will go very quickly. Early registration is also required for meaningful networking at the afternoon session, where info on firms will be shared in advance.

Major Sectors
· Agri-food
· Auto parts
· Biotech
· Chemical
· Construction
· Energy and Power
· Government
· ICT
· Investment
· Manufacturing
· Mining
· Trade
· Water Treatment

ITAC as the partner organization for the 4th CCBF, members of ITAC will enjoy the member rate for the afternoon plenary sessions. Tickets for the dinner, due to capacity restrictions, are limited to CCBC members only. We apologize for any incoveniences.

Please click to the link to see more and you registration. http://bit.ly/aeucMt