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|Friday, September 21, 2001, updated at 10:29(GMT+8)|
Third China Int'l Hi-tech Fair Attracts Overseas BusinesspeopleA great number of overseas businesspeople has registered to attend the Third China International Hi-tech Fair, that is to be held early October in Shenzhen, Guo Rongjun, the city's vice mayor, said Thursday in Shenzhen.
Twenty-four international companies and nearly 1,600 investors from 16 countries including the United States, Britain, Russia and Japan will participate at the fair, according to Guo.
Three famous foreign experts, namely Zhores I Alferov, winner of the 2000 Nobel Physics Prize, Robert Mudell, winner of the 1999 Nobel Economics Prize, and Hartmut Michel, winner of the 1988 Nobel Chemistry Prize, will deliver speeches at the fair.
The fair has been held each October in Shenzhen since it was launched in 1999, and it has made great contributions to materializing China's domestic Hi-tech achievements.
The previous two fairs reported a combined business volume of 15.1 billion U.S. dollars, according to sources.
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