Chinese firms set to visit Dubai's Airport Show
Around ten Chinese companies are likely to attend the Airport Show 2010 which has been scheduled from April 25 to 27. This is a clear reflection of rising interests of Chinese companies in the aviation sector of the highly potential market of the Middle-East.
A large number of building material and ground support providers from the country are taking part in the mega aviation event with key industry experts. The organizers of the show said that China, for the first time, would mark its presence at the event through its national pavilion, showcasing its products and services meant for airport facilities.
Also, the leading players from the industry across the World are going to attend the event for hoping to sign contracts worth billions of dollars. Middle- East and African markets are becoming attraction for companies across the World especially from China as around 39 airports are under construction in the region.
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