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SOURCE Breakbulk Magazine & Events
SHANGHAI, Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- China's future power generation and transmission project development is an important part of the future of the world's most important economy. And what that future looks like will be the subject of the first keynote speech March 14 at the 2013 Breakbulk China Conference & Exhibition at the Sheraton Shanghai Hongqiao Hotel and Intex Exposition Center in Shanghai, China.
"It is my great pleasure to announce that Dr. Yong Teng, principal at A.T. Kearney (Shanghai) Management Consulting Co. Ltd. will deliver our keynote address to kick off the conference," said Alli McEntyre, vice president and publisher of show organizer Breakbulk Magazine & Events. "Dr. Teng has more than 10 years of industry and consulting experience in the energy and technology sectors."
Dr. Teng, who has been involved in numerous power generation projects in China, will outline project development trends in China's power generation and transmission sectors, and discuss proposed venues for new projects, McEntyre said.
Attend Breakbulk China Conference & Exhibition 2013 and hear more influential speakers and participate in timely industry focused panel discussions.
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