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Seminar on Economics and Politics in Central Europe by Mr. Vladimír Dlouhý

Seminar on Economics and Politics in Central Europe by Mr. Vladimír Dlouhý

Mr. Dlouhý was appointed as President of the Czech Chamber of Commerce in May 2014. The Czech Chamber of Commerce was set up as an independent national chamber with voluntary membership. It is the largest and most representative business association in the Czech Republic, providing a platform for over 14 000 members that represent 60% of national GDP and 66% of employable population in the country. Please reserve a seat via http://www.fbe.hku.hk/go/ke-seminar-VladimirDlouhy Registration is free of charge. Seats are limited and are offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. Enquiries: (+852) 3917-5800 / fbecomm@hku.hk

 Business & Economics Faculty

 2nd January, 2018

#CentralEurope #Economics #OneBeltOneRoad #Politics #Seminar


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