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Peter R. Huntsman, President and CEO, Huntsman Corporation; Kuno Kohler, President Asia North, Ciba Specialty Chemicals Inc.; WK Ho, Region Manager--Greater China, Dow Corning China; Serge Villatte, General Manager, Rhodia (China) Co., Ltd.
J. Pedro Reinhard, Executive VP and CFO, The Dow Chemical Company; Colin McKendrick, Nanhai Venture Manager, Shell Chemicals Ltd.; Lynne Lachenmyer, Asia Pacific Manufacturing Director, ExxonMobil Chemical Asia Pacific; Johnny Kwan, Managing Director, BASF Greater China
NEW FOR CHINACHEM 2005!
* Asia Chemical Industry Investment Pavilion--Representatives from several chemical parks will be showcasing their facilities, highlighting transportation networks, logistics location, infrastructure and services.
* Wujing Chemical Industry Complex Park Tour--This english-speaking, guided tour will provide a thorough overview of this world-class facility and answer any questions as to why Wujing Complex is one of the city's most prominent developments to date.
* A number of additional networking activities providing greater opportunity for you to gain industry insight from hundreds of your peers!
A NEW POWER IS EMERGING IN THE EAST AND THE FUTURE BELONGS TO CHINA
China is now the world's largest producer of coal, steel and cement, the second largest consumer of energy and the third largest importer of oil. China's exports to the United States have grown 1,600 percent over the past 15 years.
The message is clear ...
China is now the world's fastest growing economy and showing no signs of slowing down.
This year is set to be an historic one for China's chemical industry with the country's first three ethylene joint ventures all scheduled to begin operating by the end of this year. China is forecasted to become the third-largest chemical-producing country by 2006 behind the U.S. and Japan, and ahead of Germany--China will no doubt challenge the U.S. as the leading chemical production area in the world.
Stronger growth in China is expected and understanding the rapidly changing dynamics of this region have become of paramount importance. China's growth has some benefits for the world, but at the same time some obvious challenges as well. This year's 11th Annual China Chemical Industry Conference will feature dialogue, case studies and leading expert opinions on the toughest issues.
For the past decade, senior executives have turned to Chemical Week's China Chemical Industry Conference for key insights into the world chemical industry and the role China will play. To celebrate our 11th year anniversary, we have built our strongest program ever designed to feature non-stop, intensive opportunities to exchange ideas and strategies featuring the top leaders in the region that will drive business performance for years to come.
New for 2005:
* We have already confirmed the most sought after speakers from The Dow Chemical …