VAYTON @ Luxembourg trade mission to China

nicolas van beek 2012
Nicolas van Beek introducing a chinese partner
to H.R.H. Prince Guillaume & H.R.H. Princess Stéphanie

Vayton was invited to join the business delegation of the Luxembourg trade mission to China (nov 26-30, 2012).

Nicolas van Beek, CEO of Vayton, had the pleasure to accompany the HRH Crown Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg and Princess Stéphanie to their first official trip abroad since they got married. Minister Etienne Schneider was leading the official delegation with the Ambassador Carlo Krieger.

The delegations travelled from Beijing, where a celebration of the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries took place, to Tianjin, Chongqing, Shanghai and Suzhou.

The mission objective was to encourage bilateral relations between Luxembourg and China. In this respect, Nicolas van Beek got the opportunity to introduce Vayton’s Chinese clients willing to establish joint ventures in Luxembourg to the Minister of the Economy and Foreign Trade.

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VAYTON @ Luxembourg trade mission to China

nicolas van beek 2012
Nicolas van Beek introducing a chinese partner
to H.R.H. Prince Guillaume & H.R.H. Princess Stéphanie

Vayton was invited to join the business delegation of the Luxembourg trade mission to China (nov 26-30, 2012).

Nicolas van Beek, CEO of Vayton, had the pleasure to accompany the HRH Crown Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg and Princess Stéphanie to their first official trip abroad since they got married. Minister Etienne Schneider was leading the official delegation with the Ambassador Carlo Krieger.

The delegations travelled from Beijing, where a celebration of the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries took place, to Tianjin, Chongqing, Shanghai and Suzhou.

The mission objective was to encourage bilateral relations between Luxembourg and China. In this respect, Nicolas van Beek got the opportunity to introduce Vayton’s Chinese clients willing to establish joint ventures in Luxembourg to the Minister of the Economy and Foreign Trade.

Comments are closed.