China Mining Investment Symposium 2018
Time: March 5th, 2018
Venue: Marriot Downtown Calagary
Event Organizer: Aoyee International
The China Mining Investment Symposium (CMIS) is co-hosted by Canada China Chamber of Commerce (CCCC) and China Mining Association (CMA). CMIS has been hosted on the sideline of PDAC for consecutive 6 years and has gained wide attention and recognition. With the theme of“International mining investment opportunity and risk”, CMIS 2018 will mainly focus on the new situation and new opportunities of global mining development and mining investment opportunities in Canada.
Canada China Chamber of Commerce (CCCC) has more than 170 members, which represents more than 90% of the total Chinese investment in Canada. China Mining Association (CMA), a non-profit social organization, is one of the social groups in China’s national mining sector.
Panel 1: The New Situation and The New Opportunity of Global Mining Development
Embracing with topics of the future development trend of global mining, the mining policy and the capital market, the domestic and foreign investment opportunities, the new mining technology and equipment, the sustainable development of mining industry, the development of green mining industry, the opportunity and risk of investing in new energy mineral, international investment opportunity and challenge against the background of the US cuts taxes and construction of China ecological energy to discuss and exchange views of the new situation and new opportunities of global mining development.
Panel 2: The Analysis of Mining Investment Opportunity in Canada Combine with the practical investment cases and successful experiences in Canada (not limited to Chinese corporate), mainly introduce and analyze the Canadian mining investment opportunity and environment, include technical norms, investment philosophy, legal system, procedure of examination and approval, corporate governance, environmental compliance, financing method, management model, employee protection, team building, and the role of immediacies.