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|Quebec Mining Networking Forum -- Coal, Iron/Steel, Mining Industry Eq., Non-Ferrous Metals, Oil/Gas/Mineral Prod/Explor Serv.|
|Pre-Register for this event|
Ranked amongst the world's top ten mineral producers, Quebec's mining operations are a major part of the economy and account for 50 percent of investments. This annual event, in conjunction with the AEMQ's congress, will bring together decision makers such as the Government of Quebec and those in the mineral exploration and earth sciences sectors to take part in developing Quebec's large mining potential!
Benefits of participating in the Quebec Mining Networking Forum:
Attend a networking dinner/forum hosted by Foreign Commercial Service and the U.S. Consulate General Quebec
Opportunity to engage in discussions with key Quebec government contacts and major corporations involved in the Quebec mining procurement process, during the networking dinner at the Consul General's residence.
Access to AEMQ's Quebec Mining Exploration Convention (fee of 500$ for the show waived)
Meetings with Mining Developers and Operators taking place during the show
|Connie Irrera, Montreal|
Phone: 514/398-9695, ext. 2262, direct line 514/908-3662