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April 27, 2011
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PMMI's Trade Mission to China set for July 13-20, 2011, will connect participants with buyers, suppliers, agents and peers in Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Beijing-and help them make inroads into of one of the world's fastest growing markets.

The trip will include the opportunity to attend Propak China 2011, China's premier packaging exposition; attend a market seminar from InterChina Consulting, a leading Machinery Sector Strategy Consultant in China; and participate in numerous site visits and networking events with potential customers and partners.

PMMI is also teaming up with U.S. Commercial Service to maximize the experience and ensure a full schedule of meetings for participants.

The participation fee to join the China trade mission for Shanghai and Beijing is $ 3,500 and includes hotel in Shanghai and Beijing, high speed train fare from Shanghai to Beijing, DOC participation fees, transportation for site visits, receptions and other events.

The fee to participate on the optional leg of the trip to Guangzhou is $1,200. It includes airfare from Beijing to Guangzhou, hotel accommodations in Guangzhou, DOC fees, transportation to site visits and a reception. Participants are responsible for the trip from their city of origin to Shanghai and back home from either Beijing or Guangzhou.

A tentative agenda can be found at PMMI.org.

For more information, please contact Ryan Oklewicz, Global Marketing Manager, PMMI at 703-243-8555 or by email ryan@pmmi.org.

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