|China to spend billions on disaster planning, response and recovery; join IAEM Pavilion at Beijing ERE for great business opportunities
China, because of its sheer size, geography and numbers of people, experiences a plethora of man-made and natural disasters with deadly earthquakes, typhoons, major floods, fires and droughts. These disasters impact the lives of hundreds of millions of people annually.
For all these reasons, China may be the best market in the world for companies that have products or services for disaster planning, prevention, mitigation, and recovery. In order to maintain social stability as well as continued economic growth, China is dedicating billions of dollars to address these issues. To learn about the IAEM Pavilion and exhibiting at China ERE, contact Mike Rosenberg at 301-493-5500 or via email.
- Five of the world's worst natural disasters have occurred in China.
- China has experienced four of the world's worst earthquakes, including the 2008 Chengdu earthquake, which took the lives of 70,000 people and caused widespread destruction.
- China has had some of the world's worst deadly floods and landslides, killing millions of its people.
- China experiences forest fires, which create tremendous loss of life and property.
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