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Business opportunities highlighted in Mississippi

 

Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETONY), Mr. Steve Barclay paid a courtesy call on Governor Phil Bryant during his first official visit to Mississippi on April 15. During their meeting, Mr. Barclay spoke about the roles and missions of HKETONY and also discussed items of mutual interests for trade.

During his visit to Jackson, Mississippi, Mr. Barclay also met with Mayor Tony Yarber.

Later in the day, Mr. Barclay spoke to about 50 students of Millsaps College, highlighting the city's economic and business prospects. He pointed out that the US is Hong Kong’s second largest trading partner after Mainland China. Hong Kong imported over US$40 billion worth of goods from the US in 2014, making it the 10th largest export destination for US products.

     
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETONY), Mr. Steve Barclay (left) calls on Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant.
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETONY), Mr. Steve Barclay (left) calls on Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant.
 
Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay (right) with Mayor Tony Yarber of Jackson (MS)
Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay (right) with Mayor Tony Yarber of Jackson (MS)
     
Director Barclay highlights Hong Kong's economic and business prospects to students at Millsaps College.
Director Barclay highlights Hong Kong's economic and business prospects to students at Millsaps College.
 
 
 
     


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