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New Zealand PM English pitches trade interests

Hong Kong | May 19, 2017 17:12
The visiting Prime Minister of New Zealand, Bill English called on Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying at Government House this afternoon. He is in Hong Kong to promoted trade and economic interests.
Leung expressed the hope for continued exchanges and co-operation.
"My focus in Hong Kong will be to advance New Zealand’s economic relationship, build on our connections with some of the largest Hong Kong investors into New Zealand, and facilitate greater business and trade opportunities,” Mr English said before leaving for Hong Kong.
English and New Zealand Consul-General to Hong Kong and Macau Gabrielle Rush met CKI Holdings, chairman Li Tzar-kuoi and CKI Holdings Managing Director Kam Hing-lam at Cheung Kong Center this morning.
English will also launch Te Mana Lamb, a meat brand.
English arrived in Hong Kong after visiting Japan.-The Standard



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