2011 Standard Chartered Bank China Growing Enterprise Value Award

2011 Standard Chartered Bank China Growing Enterprise Value Award

As the highlight of the 2011 APEC SME Summit, the '2011 Standard Chartered Bank China Growing Enterprise Value Award' revealed 'Top Growth Benchmark Enterprise Award', 'Top Growth Pioneer Enterprise Award' and 'Meritorious Award', with more than 60 winners in Chengdu, on Aug 31st evening.

This is the sixth year SCB China organizes the SME Awards, More than 2,000 SMEs were nominated from logistics, consumer goods, printing, e-commerce, covering Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Fujian, Guangdong, Shandong etc. Sichuan Bai Teng and other four SMEs nominated by SCB China won the first two top Awards.

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