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VIV China Reflects Development of Chinese Industry


CHINA - The success of the recent VIV China exhibition has been attributed to the growing professionalism of China's livestock industries.

From 19 to 21 October 2009, VNU Exhibitions and CNAS organised the first edition of an annual VIV China at the NCIEC in Beijing. In total, 266 exhibitors from 20 countries selected this edition to benefit from the professionalism of the Chinese animal husbandry industries. The exhibitors showed products and services related to pigs (78 per cent), poultry (77 per cent), cattle (41 per cent) and fish (26 per cent).

Over the three days of the event, VIV China 2009 welcomed 12,679 industry professionals. Besides a strong attendance of Chinese visitors, there was a significant flow of international visitors from the Middle East, especially Iran and Pakistan. Regarding the origin of Chinese visitors, Beijing, Shandong, Hebei, Shanghai and Guangdong belong to the top five provinces.

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