Event Date/Time: Oct 14, 2004 End Date/Time: Oct 14, 2004
Registration Date: Jul 30, 2004
Early Registration Date: Jul 30, 2004
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China plays a critically important role in the international metals market both as a producer and consumer. It is therefore imperative for all those who are active in the international market to keep up-to-date with what changes are occurring there.

This one-day seminar in London gives you the opportunity to make the most of your trip to the LME Dinner and will provide an exciting opportunity to meet senior executives in the international metals industry and hear about the latest developments in China.

Presentations include:

"An overview of China's economy and its metals markets - when will the bubble burst? by Peter Hickson, Managing Director, Global Strategist for Basic Materials and Global Mining Coordinator, UBS Investment Bank, UK;

"The structure of China's copper industry- sources of concentrate", by Gu Liangming, Deputy General Manager, Trading & Marketing, Copper Department, Minmetals Beijing, China;

"The Chinese tin market” by Xiao Jianming, Chairman, Yunnan Tin Corporation, China;

"Legal recourse from frustrated shipments & force majeure”, by Paul Aston, Partner, Holman, Fenwick & Willan, UK;

"Outlook for the Chinese lead/zinc metal & concentrate markets", by Claire Hassall, Director, CHR Metals, UK;

"Trade & project finance in China” by Standard Bank Ltd, UK;