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19 August 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 15:48 GMT+2

September 7, 2018

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The AdSP of the Tyrrhenian Sea Central tightens relations with government of Hong Kong

Encounter with organized InvestHK of understanding with the International Propeller Clubs

The Authority of Harbour System of the Tyrrhenian Sea Central, of understanding with the International Propeller Clubs, has promoted an encounter with Benjamin Wong, in charge of the Department of the Transports and the Industry of InvestHK, the agency of the government of Hong Kong who has the task to promote the attraction of investments direct foreign countries. The encounter, held in the center of the AdSP to Naples, already continues the dialogue started with the government of Hong Kong in the course of the organized visit in Asia from Propeller Club in the slid spring.

I confront it has seen the participation of a meaningful representation of the partenopeo marine cluster and has had as scope to throw the bases for more tightened collaboration between the harbour system lives and the administration of Hong Kong.

"The institution of the ZES of the Campania - the president of the AdSP of the Tyrrhenian Sea has commented Central, Pietro Spirito - will offer the opportunity to develop not only the economy to us of our territory but to open new investor and to characterize with truth, where already the ZES, the points of contact, the initiatives to undertake exist from years in order to increase our economy and our occupation". Riccardo Fuochi, president of Propeller Club of Milan, has remembered that Hong Kong is "a city that has made of the logistics the fulcrum of own development and above all of the marine field".

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