West Midlands firms address China opportunities

excell, mike.
September 2012
MWP (Online Edition);9/28/2012, p442
Trade Publication
Information about several topics discussed at a major summit funded by the Manufacturing Advisory Service-West Midlands in Birmingham, England is presented. Topics include the interest of more than 80 West Midlands' manufacturers to exploit new opportunities in China, opportunities for Great Britain to use its world leading expertise in low carbon technologies, and the value added chain in China. The event also featured speakers including Emma Reynolds, Stephen Phillips, and Simon Griffiths.


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