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Canada Asia Business Network Supported the Canada China Investment Summit 2012


RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Oct. 24, 2012) -

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Canada Asia Business Network (CABN) has successfully supported hosting and presented at the Canada China Investment Summit 2012 held in Vancouver Convention Centre on October 9th, 2012. Over one hundred Chinese investors came to Vancouver to attend this summit to better understand the context of investing in Canada. It offered networking opportunities for Chinese investments to meet with potential Canadian partners to explore business opportunities in Canada.

"We are very delighted to have Canada Asia Business Network with us, to share with us some excellent projects and investment experiences from their past successful cases," said one of the Chinese investors, Mr. Ni. "CABN has sophisticated investment knowledge in the industries they deal with, and they have successfully facilitates many projects in recent years."

Canada Asia Business Network had the opportunity to introduce a few exceptional and unique investment opportunities, such as the Hard Creek Nickel mine and DSG TAG management system, which were all well received.

"I hope CABN can provide timely information on the investment environment in Canada and can help more Chinese investors explore Canadian business projects," says Tommy Yuan, Canada Asia Business Network's President & CEO. "Canadian companies have advanced technologies and abundant resources, it is inevitable that there will be a flood of foreign investment from cash-rich China in the coming decades. We bring these two parties together to achieve a win-win situation."

About Canada Asia Business Network:

Canada Asia Business Network specializes in helping small and medium sized Canadian enterprises understand the Asian business milieu and surmount potential barriers as they pursue opportunities regarding Chinese investors, partners or markets.

We provide customized consultation services and programs that you require - all tailored to meet your unique needs.

The next worth-attending event:

China Overseas Investment Fair 2012 (COIFAIR: Dec 3rd - 5th, 2012 in Beijing): A very high standard investment fair approved by National Development and Reform Commission of PRC, and co-hosted by China Industrial Overseas Development & Planning Association and China Development Bank. There are about 20 Chinese governmental department and international support organizations including World Bank and WTO. There were over 135 attending countries and more than 280 different exhibition companies in 2011. Visitors numbered last year at 4,500, and the trade amount was over USD$3.65 billion.

As the only authorized Canadian Representative and support organization, CABN provides unique services for Canadian companies. Limited space available, please contact us for more details.

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Canada Asia Business Network
Head Office - Canada
Janelle Wang
604-713-8639 (FAX)

Canada Asia Business Network
Branch Office - Asia Pacific
86-21-5403-7502 (FAX)

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