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SIC Introduction

The 3rd China International Silver Industry Exhibition gathers the most influential brands at home and abroad and lays its emphasis on showcasing and promoting the latest products, equipment and technology in the silver industry. It will provide you with a solid platform to communicate and cooperate with professionals in the silver industry.


The Most Authoritative Development Platform for Silver Industry in China




Promising Silver Industry in China


In 1999, China stepped into an aging society.

As of the end of 2012, China’s elderly po pulation reached 194 million, a year-on-year increase of 8.91 million, accounting for 14.3% of the total population.

In 2013, the elderly population will top the 200-million mark to reach 202 million, and the aging rate will arrive at 14.8%.

An increasingly aging population in China brings with it a market with enormous untapped potential, and a great array of opportunities for the silver industry.


A Booming Industry Brings Huge Business Opportunities


According to the “China’s Aging Population Trend Forecast”, the country’s aging consumers will spend a total of RMB 1.4 trillion in 2012, which will grow to 4.3 trillion by 2020.

In 2015, the potential scale of the market for elderly nursing services and daily care in China will exceed RMB 450 billion, and more than 5 million jobs will be created.

At present, community service for the elderly and beds in elderly care institutions are in seriously short supply. The inadequate, obsolete and underperforming facilities make it very difficult to deliver daily care, nursing and medical rehabilitation service and to attend to the emotional needs of the elderly.

A tough challenge as it is, this also presents valuable opportunities for manufacturers, investors, developers and operators to establish and expand their presence in the silver industry.

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