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The Chinese Exhibition Industry
An overview of the exhibition industry in general and the Chinese market in particular.
# 147804 | 5,150 words | 31 sources | APA | 2011 | CN
Published on Jul 14, 2011 in Business (International) , Economics (International)


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Description:

This paper describes the exhibition industry, explaining all the areas that are related and important for success. The paper goes on to disclose the current situation of the exhibition industry in the Asia-Pacific region in general and in China in particular. In addition it focuses on direct problems in the Chinese exhibition industry and highlights indirect factors affecting the industry. The paper concludes by putting emphasis on what the future holds, depending on the internal and external factors that may affect it. The paper also includes charts and tables of explanation.

Outline:
Introduction
Current Situation of The Exhibition Industry in China Compared with
The Asia-Pacific Region
Direct Problems and Threats
Indirect Problems and Threats
Political Stability in China
Security and Stability in Asia-Pacific Region
Terrorism
Other Unexpected Influences
Future of The Exhibition Industry

From the Paper:

''No one could possibly predict the future of the exhibition industry in the world, let alone in China. Nevertheless, looking at the present situation of the industry and what might its implications be on the future of the industry, we can assess what possible outcomes the future holds.
In regard to the government's involvement, experts believe that the government will stop any participation in or contribution to the industry in the future. In addition; they expect that the government will allow a variety of market entities to engage in free competition on an equal grip in accordance to basic rules (Tang, 2003). Only by doing so can the sector foster increased quality and growth. This is to say, not just being written in laws and regulations, the Chinese government should really give the relative right and functions to the enterprises and obey rules itself. The State Economic and Trade Commission and the State Administration for Industry and Commerce are putting together a set of laws for the management of the exhibition industry. It is believed that in the future, exhibition companies will be the principal sponsors of exhibitions and fairs (Tang, 2003). There are an increasing number of local governments who are moving from managing exhibitions to just providing guidance and service. Moreover; they are starting to help exhibition organizers and service providers to coordinate (Tang, 2003). This will eventually lead to dissimilarity in exhibitions, more specific fairs and right grouping of products. And the industry will follow its own economic logic.''

Sample of Sources Used:

  • AIPC website, 2003,http://www.aipc.org/en/welcome.php accessed 30/10/03.
  • Anonymous, 2001, China Exhibition Industry Facing Challenge, South China, http://www.ahk.org.hk/Archive/01_11_Schina.pdf accessed 5/11/03.
  • Anonymous, 2002, CIEC Plan to Erect a New Exhibition Complex,http://ce.cei.gov.cn/enew/new_g1/n300gg12.htm accessed 28/10/03.
  • Anonymous, 2003a, CNN News, China to go west with education, http://edition.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/asiapcf/east/06/12/world.education.china.gowest/ accessed 1/11/03.
  • Anonymous, 2003b, Profiles of Hong Kong Major Service Industries, http://www.tdctrade.com/main/si/spconv accessed 6/10/03.

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