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AMEC-AMTEX Plans Expanded Chinese Presence

The Spanish Association of Textile Machinery Manufacturers (AMTEX) is implementing a strategy to give Spanish companies opportunities to expand their presence in the Chinese textile market. The organization, an affiliate of the Spanish Association of Export Companies (AMEC), has been coordinating with Chinese economist Feng Jiang to develop the plan.

Although Spanish textile machinery companies installed a number of turnkey projects in China during the early 1990s, their focus more recently has centered on Latin America and Europe. Now they are once again turning their eyes toward China.

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Spanish pavilion at CITME 2002

At the most recent China International Textile Machinery Exhibition (CITME 2002), held last October in Beijing, eight Spanish companies exhibited together in the AMTEX pavilion. Looking forward to ShanghaiTex 2003, to be held in June of this year in Shanghai, AMTEX reports more than 25 companies have already requested participation in a pavilion to be sponsored by the Spanish Trade Institute (ICEX).

AMEC-AMTEX also has established a delegation in Shanghai to provide services to customers in China, as well as to organize technical seminars in China’s textile centers and to collaborate with a Chinese textile university to establish a technology center.

February 2003



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