China Rail 2007 Congress
3 – 5 April 2007, Shanghai
Wanchai, Hong Kong – Following the successful annual Asia Rail International Congress, Beacon is proud to announce the scheduling of its 1st Annual China Rail 2007 strategic congress that will bring together over 200 participants from both China and the international regions. Among the key participants will be leading rail authorities, operators, key decision makers, bankers, investors, lawyers, risk management advisors, insurers, consultants – all with the one thought to meet, network and listen to the latest issues affecting the rail industry in China.
Explore major investment opportunities in the Chinese railway market
The Chinese rail industry is worth billions – the 11th 5 year plan will see the rail industry being further liberalized in construction, passenger railway transportation and railway equipment manufacturing to both local and international investors. In a major railway restructuring such as that planned by the Chinese government, there is much opportunity to see the industry being financed and funded through various options including PPP, BOT, JV and project financing. The potential for international participation is enormous.
The programme is designed to focus on the key issues of concern facing senior rail decision makers, city transit authorities, industry suppliers, investors, vendors, manufacturers will examine the latest developments in the following areas:
- priorities and plans for railway development and city mass transit
- progress of privatization, restructuring, joint ventures and mergers
- latest technology in signaling, communications, fare structure, maintenance
- opportunities for private sector participation – PPP, BOT
- high speed rail development in the China and lessons learned from international case studies
Gain information and insights on development plans, strategy, financing and lessons learnt from both international and domestic players
For full details and a first hand look at who is speaking at the conference visit www.ChinaRailCongress.com