IG China 2009 – An event review


Demonstrating confidence during difficult times, IG China attracted well known international companies.

At the recent economy working-meeting of the China Central Government, it was said that 2009 was the toughest year of economic development in the new century for China. However, it is widely believed that China has been successful in achieving its target of a GDP growth of 8%, as a result of the measures undertaken by the government.

Together with the news that the industrial output of China in October and November this year has respectively increased by 16.1% and 19.2% on a year-on-year basis, all these promising figures definitely breathe confidence to the gas industry in view of stability and growth potential.

Due to the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the People’s Republic of China and by the order of the Beijing Municipal government, IG China 2009 was postponed from the cool end of September to the cold early December. To boost the number of exhibitors, the LNG 2009 exhibition was held concurrently at the same venue and as a result, there were around 200 exhibitors from 15 countries trying their best to showcase their products and services to get the attention of the visitors.

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