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Import News: City of Harbin (China) Trade Mission

Import News from the Importers Institute 23 May 2000 - City of Harbin (China) Trade Mission - 15 to 21 June

The Mayor of Harbin invited a delegation from the Auckland Chamber of Commerce. The City Government will cover all expenses of accommodation, local transport, food and business meetings.

Your only costs will be airfares and a mission management fee. The mission delegates will stay at the Singapore Hotel. Business meetings will be arranged by the Harbin Government.

There is a Trade Fair in Harbin at the same time, involving 50,000 domestic and 6,000 international participants, from a wide variety of business sectors.

If you are interested, please contact without delay:

Auckland Chamber of Commerce Sonia Ferreira Tel (09) 309 6100 Fax (09) 309 0081 Email

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