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Director delivers keynote address at the Harvard US-China Economic Forum


Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETONY) Mr. Steve Barclay highlighted Hong Kong’s strategic role in U.S.-China business and trade ties at the Harvard US-China Economic Forum.

Delivering the keynote address, Mr. Barclay said Hong Kong had leveraged on its strengths in free trade, its unique geographic location, professional services, and history as the world’s global financial center, to become a strategic partner for any US companies looking to conduct business in China.

The Harvard US-China Economic Forum, which aims to encourage discussions on the international trade, finance and political economy between the US and China, was held at Harvard University on March 21, 2015. The one-day event was organized by the Harvard US-China Economic Interaction Council. The other two keynote speakers were former Governor of Missouri, Bob Holden and Massachusetts State Legislator, Keiko Orrall.

Over 300 leaders from business, finance, politics, academic, cultural, government and nonprofits attended the Forum.

(From left to right) Mr. Barclay with Massachusetts State Representative, Keiko Orrall; Founder of Cornerstone Financial Strategies Inc., Simon Chu; and Former Governor of Missouri and Chairman of the Midwest-U.S. China Association, Bob Holden.
(From left to right) Mr. Barclay with Massachusetts State Representative, Keiko Orrall; Founder of Cornerstone Financial Strategies Inc., Simon Chu; and Former Governor of Missouri and Chairman of the Midwest-U.S. China Association, Bob Holden.
 
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York, Steve Barclay, gives the keynote address at the Harvard US-China Economic Forum. Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York, Steve Barclay, gives the keynote address at the Harvard US-China Economic Forum.

 

 


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