Netherlands Embassy and Consulates China
The Dutch Days bring a mixture of cultural exchange, business opportunities and political engagement to China and you are invited to join the activities.
The Netherlands is the only country in the world where promoting international law is enshrined in the constitution. The Kingdom is strongly committed to the international legal order and works actively to promote peace and development worldwide. The Netherlands seeks a world in which people everywhere can be sure that justice will prevail.
The Dutch diplomatic network to China represents Dutch citizens and Dutch interests in China. The netwerk consists of the embassy in Beijing and consulates-general in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing and Hong Kong, as well as six Netherlands Business Support Offices (NBSO's) in second tier cities.
October 30, 2014 Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Lilianne Ploumen wants to broaden trade relations with China to include tackling global issues together, for instance setting new development goals, promoting equal rights for women and ensuring more effective use of development aid. The minister said this in a speech she gave at Fudan University in the Chinese city of Shanghai on Tuesday.
October 30, 2014 From Monday 28 to Thursday 30 October, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Lilianne Ploumen will be visiting China. She will be accompanied by over 30 companies operating in various sectors, including logistics, health care and agriculture. While there, the minister will speak about the role that businesses and government can play to promote sustainable production.
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