Netherlands, China Hold Matchmaking Event To Bolster Agricultural Ties

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News in brief: South Holland in the Netherlands and Shandong in China held a matchmaking event to explore opportunities for agricultural cooperation. The event resulted in a number of new business partnerships and is expected to play a significant role in promoting agricultural cooperation between the two regions in the future.

The provinces of South Holland in the Netherlands and Shandong in China held a matchmaking event recently to bring together agricultural businesses from both sides. It aims to explore opportunities for cooperation in the sector.

According to a report, more than 200 representatives from the two provinces were in attendance, including Meindert Stolk, vice governor of South Holland, and Chen Ping, vice governor of Shandong. It was organised to promote agricultural trade and investment between the two regions.

Stolk highlighted Shandong’s strengths in fruit, vegetable, aquaculture, and livestock production, while noting that the Netherlands is the world’s second-largest exporter of agricultural products.

He said that South Holland has significant advantages in modern greenhouse technology and horticulture industry clusters, and that there is ample room for further deepening agricultural cooperation between the two regions.

Chen Ping, in his address, expressed hope that the event would help to further strengthen the agricultural ties between South Holland and Shandong, and that it would lead to more concrete cooperation projects in the future.

The event featured a series of presentations and panel discussions on topics such as agricultural technology, trade, and investment. It also included a networking session where businesses from the two provinces met and discussed potential partnerships.

This matchmaking event was part of a broader effort by South Holland and Shandong to strengthen their agricultural ties. The two provinces signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on agricultural cooperation, which sets out a framework for future collaboration in areas such as research and development, technology transfer, and trade.

The event resulted in a number of new business partnerships. It is expected to play a significant role in promoting agricultural cooperation between South Holland and Shandong in the future.

Joseph Akahome
Joseph Akahome
Joseph O Akahome (OJ) is a writer, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Literature from the University of Benin. He is an avid agriculturist, with a bias for poultry and an insatiable appetite for chicken wings. When he is neither reading nor researching, he likes to spend recreational time playing board games, or swimming in serene forested lakes.

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