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28 - 30 may 2018

Experience the world's largest event for traffic & mobility technology in China. For 3 days, all experts, market leaders and professionals searching for traffic and mobility solutions, will visit Intertraffic China.

Make sure you join this must-attend event for industry professionals! We look forward to welcoming you from 28 - 30 May 2018 in Beijing!

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Monday 28 May: 09:30 - 16:30 hrs
Tuesday 29 May: 09:30 - 16:30 hrs
Wednesday 30 May: 09:30 - 13:30 hrs


New China International Exhibition Center (NCIEC)
88 Yuxiang Road
Tianzhu Area
Shunyi District
Beijing, China


As a registered visitor of Intertraffic China, you have free access to ITSUP, the new event for startups in the traffic technology and automotive industries.


Meet national and international marketleaders
With 350 exhibiting companies, this is the ideal opportunity to get up to speed with traffic technology developments in China and abroad.

Unrivalled business opportunities
As the largest B2B traffic exhibition, this is where you find unrivalled networking opportunities to connect across countries, technologies and industry sectors.

High level programme & special matchmaking activities
Gain knowledge in a variety of fields during inspiring presentations and events during the exhibition.

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Business opportunities in the Chinese market

To keep China’s economy on a steady growth trajectory, the Chinese government plans to spend billions on road and railway construction, as well as invest an unspecified amount in projects relating to water conservation and power generation and distribution. The Chinese Premier released the government work report in 2016. It included the following targets:

  • $340 billion investment in road construction
  • More than $165 billion investment in railway construction
  • Start construction on 20 water conservation projects

Read more about the Chinese business market »

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