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The Netherlands and Hong Kong share many similarities. Both are open economies that depend heavily on foreign trade and investment. They also serve as gateways to their respective regions. Both Hong Kong and The Netherlands' operate some of the world's busiest and most efficient sea & air ports. Not least, their business-friendly regulations and strategic locations make these economies very attractive to businesses from around the world.

To learn more about The Netherlands, the Chamber is organizing an exclusive visit to the Residence of Consul General of the Netherlands to meet with Consul General Annemieke Ruigrok. During the visit, members will have a tour of the residence and exchange views with Consul General Ruigrok to learn firsthand about business and investment opportunities in the Netherlands.

The tentative programme is as follows:

08:30 Coach departs from Admiralty
09:00 Arrive at Consul General's Residence
09:05 Welcome remarks
09:10 Netherlands Consulate Reception for HKGCC
10:55 Board coach and depart for Admiralty
11:30 Arrive back in Admiralty

The visit is exclusively for Chamber members only. Due to limited space, a maximum of two representatives from each member company may attend. Additional places will be subject to availability. The Chamber reserves the right to decline any application.

Language English
Date and Time 2019/02/26 09:00 to 11:00
Venue Residence of the Consul General of the Netherlands, 24 Mount Cameron Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Anthony Cheng
Tel: 28231250
Fee Members @ HK$310
+$50 for booking offline
Members Only
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