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Director forges closer trade ties with South Carolina

Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York, Steve Barclay highlighted the various opportunities Hong Kong offers for South Carolina businesses and students in a visit to South Carolina.

In an address to the business students of the Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina on Jan 29, he said Hong Kong continued to be ranked the “World’s Freest Economy” for the 21st consecutive year by The Heritage Foundation. He also mentioned the city’s “Super-Connector” role for businesses between Mainland China and the rest of the world.

While in Columbia, Mr. Barclay met with a number of government and economic development officials, including South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond and International Trade Director of South Carolina Department of Commerce Clarke Thompson. The meetings yielded constructive exchanges on Hong Kong-South Carolina business opportunities.

Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York Steve Barclay meets South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond.
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York Steve Barclay meets South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond.
 
Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay with International Trade Director at the South Carolina Department of Commerce Clarke Thompson.
Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay with International Trade Director at the South Carolina Department of Commerce Clarke Thompson.
     
 
Mr. Barclay with students at Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina.
Mr. Barclay with students at Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina.
 


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