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Women entrepreneurs to meet in Liuzhou

(China Daily)

08:11, October 25, 2012

The 3rd China-ASEAN Women Entrepreneurs Start-up Forum will be held from Nov 17 to 19 in Liuzhou, an industrial city in South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.

The forum, which is jointly organized by the China-ASEAN Association, China Association of Women Entrepreneurs and the Liuzhou government, will focus on corporation development and social responsibility.

More than 100 women entrepreneurs, dignitaries, ambassadors and scholars from China, member countries of the Association of Southwest Asian Nations, the United States, Italy and New Zealand are expected to attend the forum.

Major events of the forum will include an exhibition of business and trade between China and ASEAN countries, investment promotion conferences, interviews with the women entrepreneurs and social activities.

The China-ASEAN Women Entrepreneurs Start-up Forum, held every two years in Liuzhou, has become a major platform to promote cooperation between women entrepreneurs from China and ASEAN countries and also the development of the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area.
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