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China Hi-Tech Fair 2015: "Internet Plus" is Booming

SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) 2015 kicked off on November 16 in Shenzhen , China , covering an exhibition area of more than 150,000 square meters and set up  with the theme of  "Internet Plus ." Internet Plus is the integration of the Internet and traditional industries through online platforms and IT technology, it is expected to help economic restructuring, improve people's livelihoods and transform of government functions.

The promotion of trans-boundary integration of the Internet has become a key project of government work, therefore CHTF 2015 established the "Internet plus" area at halls No.1 and  4. The "Internet Plus" area s e mphasized  the cross-border products and techno logy developments and other related areas , such as medical, education, life and property were showcased . The latest "Internet plus" technology was   displayed by  well known domestic and international enterprises . Tencent has brought their "Internet Plus" solution, B a idu has exhibited the project called " ," the E-Techno Group has showcased the solution of "Internet plus medical plus health management plus pension ,"   a leading property company ,  Vanke , show ed how to combine property management  with  the Internet .

The Internet is a driving force for the transformation of traditional manufacturing. Many insiders have reported th at "Internet Plus" provided a huge boost for Internet companies in China . According to the government work report, Li Keqiang, Premier of China , said, " China would develop the "Internet Plus" action plan to integrate mobile Internet, cloud computing, big data and the Internet of Things with modern manufacturing, to encourage the healthy development of e-commerce, industrial networks, and Internet banking, and to help Internet companies."

Combining a huge product showcase with supporting conference and events sessions, delivered by expert academic and professional speakers from around the world, the CHTF2015 provide d an exceptional opportunity for exhibitors and a platform to reach out to t heir targeted audience. For more interesting high technical protects and forum , join the  CHTF 2015 .

About CHTF:

Approved by the State Council of the People's Republic of China in 1999, China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) is held in Shenzhen from November 16 to 21 every year. It is co-hosted by Ministry of Commerce and other state ministries and Shenzhen Municipal People's Government. It is the largest and most influential Chinese technical exhibition, which is well known as the "No.1 Technology Show in China ."

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