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China Fisheries & Seafood Expo 2005

"Now in its 10th year, China Fisheries & Seafood Expo is a highly successful, established international exposition. Year after year, thousands of pre-qualified buyers and decision makers visit the show ready to do business. No other show of its type in Asia comes close to matching the size or success of China Fisheries & Seafood Expo. More than 80 percent of our exhibitors return year after year because they know it is the best place to showcase their products and services to the most dynamic, promising market in the world."

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10th China Fisheries & Seafood Expo: Mr. Casey Bean, Senior Agricultural Attach��, and Mr. Wu Xinping, Agricultural Specialist of AAO Beijing joined ATO Guangzhou staff at the 10th China Fisheries & Seafood Expo which was held in Guangzhou from November 10-12.  19 U.S. companies and organizations, including ASMI, NOAA, WUSATA and ATO Guangzhou exhibited their products and services at the show which broke previous attendance records.  Ed Dong, U.S. Consul General and ATO Guangzhou Director Mr. Keith Schneller participated in the opening ceremony.  ATO staff hosted an information booth at the US pavilion and worked through the Veteran's Day holiday and tore down the booth Saturday afternoon at the end of the show.  Tracy Huang added Chinese characters to information flyers provided by SUSTA and Food Export USA which was a big hit.  Over 300 business cards were collected at the booth during the show.  Contact information from these cards will be shared with interested cooperators.

 

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