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Zhengzhou International Convention And Exhibition Centre
Henan
Zhengzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center is located in Chung Dong New Area CBD central business district, with 107 National Highway and Beijing-Zhuhai Expressway adjacent; away from Zhengzhou International Airport 26 kilometers, traffic is convenient; is a exhibitions, conferences, business, catering, leisure and tourism for the one, full-featured, advanced facilities, improve services, large-scale comprehensive modern convention facilities. The total area of 685,700 square meters, a total investment of 1.539 billion yuan project, construction area of 214,400 square meters, the main function of the Conference and Exhibition and will also knowledge and ideas, leisure and entertainment, catering and tourism tourism place.
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Hochgeladen: 19/08/2010
Aktualisiert: 18/06/2014
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