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Fair to fuel innovation, recycling economy
Latest Updated by 2006-10-12 09:22:19
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People at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center yesterday (Oct 11th) look at an exhibit resembling a tree made from recycled material. The Eighth China Hi-Tech Fair will open in Shenzhen today with the recycling economy as one of its highlights. 

The highlights of the Eighth China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF), set to open today, will be technological innovation, recycling economy and an enhanced international flavor, Shenzhen's top officials said yesterday (Oct 11th).

The fair will display the latest homegrown technology and the growth of recycling economy after China decided to boost technological innovation at the beginning of the year, Mayor Xu Zongheng said at a news conference yesterday.

The Ministry of Commerce will exhibit products manufactured with state-of-the-art technology developed by Chinese companies in Hall 7, the conference was told.

A special label has been designed for products using homegrown technology. More than 300 labels have been given to qualified exhibitors, accounting for one-third of Chinese products at the fair, Vice Mayor Liu Yingli said.

In Hall 7, individual inventors will show new designs as well as concepts not yet ready to go to the market. "We are offering a platform for them to show themselves. It is a good environment for them. As to the value or application of their technology, it is up to the market," said Liu.

Hall 5 is dedicated to exhibitions themed on recycling economy, which is regarded by the Chinese Government an effective way to ensure sustainable development.

Some 25 foreign delegations, 14 ministers from 11 foreign countries, five out of the top 10 foreign stock exchanges, and executives from international high-tech and professional companies will attend the fair, according to the mayor.

Editor: Donald

By: Source: Szdaily web edition
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