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Beijing International Book Fair

09-01-2010 11:15 BJT

The 17th Beijing International Book Fair will be open from August 30th to September 3rd 2010 in China International Exhibition Center Beijing.

Beijing International Book Fair was first held in 1986 and after over 20 years development, it has become one of the top four International Book Fairs in the world. Beijing International Book Fair holds at the end of August or the begining of September annually in Beijing, and each year of the time worldwide publishers, orgnizations, book writers and professional buyers and visiters will be gathering in Beijing to promote products, exchange views and explore future cooperations.

During last year's event, there were 43,000 square meters exhibition area, 2146 stands and 1,762 publishing houses from China and the world. Over 160,000 titles were on show and around 200,000 visitors were present at the fair.

The 17th Beijing International Book Fair 2010

Event schedule & date: August 30-September 3, 2010

Venue: China International Exhibition Center, Beijing

website: http://www.bibf.net/

Editor:Liu Fang |Source: CNTV.CN

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