S. Korea, EU Building Ties
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S. Korea, EU Building Ties

The European Union delegation held a symposium last week to launch the “EU Gateway to Korea” program, aimed at harnessing innovative partnerships between European and Korean enterprises, Yonhap reported. Funded by the 28-member supranational body, business missions comprised of small and-medium-sized enterprises will visit South Korea from 2016 to 2020. They cover technologies in the five industries of green energy, health care and medical, water and environment, food and beverage and construction and building. Seeking to foster economic collaboration, the platform will offer insight into global industrial trends and advanced European products and technologies.


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