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Meeting With Korean Foreign Affairs & Trade Min.

Korea/New Zealand Business Council (Inc.)

Korean Foreign Policy
and South Korea / North Korea Relations
Ban Ki-moon - Minister of Foreign Affairs
and Trade for the Republic of Korea

For the first official visit to New Zealand in this capacity by a Korean Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister in over 25 years, the Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce, in association with the Korea/New Zealand Business Council and the NZIIA, is very pleased to be hosting Minister Ban Ki-moon for this exclusive AON Luncheon.

For more than half a century, the Republic of Korea has been at the center of international politics and has played a frontline role in maintaining stability in an often unstable political climate. All the while, The Republic of Korea has managed to build and maintain an economy that is thriving in a globalised marketplace.

With discussion ranging from the North Korean situation, The Republic of Korea¡¦s role in Iraq and Afghanistan, multilateralism and relations with New Zealand, this is a unique opportunity to gain a privileged insight from an esteemed and highly regarded member of the international diplomatic community. We welcome you to join us at this exclusive AON business luncheon.

DATE & TIME: Friday 27th of August 2004, 12.30pm-2.30pm
VENUE: Icon, Te Papa Tongarewa,, Cable Street, Wellington
INVESTMENT: $65.00 Members - $90.00 Non-members - $600.00 Tables of 10 ¡V including GST

Bookings and Cancellations by 4.00pm Wednesday 25th of August 2004. Cancellations after this time and ¡¥no shows¡¦ on the day will be charged. Substitutions are permitted ¡V Phone 914-6500


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