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TOC Asia 2009
Shenzhen, China - 3-5 March 2009
Exhibition / trade show

The first TOC in China attracted the largest attendance yet at a TOC Asia event, with a staggering 48% increase on the year before. For 2009 TOC Asia is staying in China to build on this success. The event is moving to Shenzhen to let attendees benefit from this regions success.

The 2009 programme is focusing on key industry issues including: Economy The event offers you the chance to get together with your peers to discuss common issues, challenges and solutions in these difficult market conditions.

Hong Kong The new terminal in Hong Kong has given rise to much debate, don't miss your chance to be part of that debate and hear the industries latest views.

Emerging Markets You will gain in depth knowledge of the emerging markets affecting your business including the development of Africa's ports and India's role as China's leading trade partner.

3-5 March 2009

Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Centre

Contact for booking / more info:
Maria Alm at tel: +44(0)20 7017 4378

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